Getting Started with Paligo

Review Navigation

In the Review view, besides just browsing the full publication by scrolling, you also have a couple of other tools to help navigate the content:

Navigation Menu

The Navigation Menu is just like a table of contents (TOC), helping you to navigate through the publication. Open it with the icon at the top right:

On the left, a navigation menu/TOC appears where you can click to go to a specific section:

In-context editing

Note that the Review view with the navigation menu also serves as an optional way for Authors to navigate, if preferred.

By viewing a publication in full and navigating using the menu, this may sometimes be a useful way to work while authoring too. For users with full Author licenses, an "Edit" icon is visible above each topic. Ctrl/Cmd-click it to open a topic in a new tab in the editor.

Comment Navigation

If there are comments to review and you have a long publication, you can easily navigate to the next/previous section with comments using the comment navigation icons:

Note

Sometimes, if there is very little space, and it gets too crowded for comments, they may move out of the way to make room. This is as it should be, and is a feature to make the most out of the screen estate.

If a comment moves, or does not fit, just hover over the text segment where the comment "speech bubble" is, and the comment will sync right back.