Lesson editor offers you complete freedom of learning, allowing you to make your own courses or modify existing courses.
To open Lesson Editor, click the tab-button in the top-left corner of the Main window. The screen will appear as shown in the picture below:
The Lesson Editor window is composed of the following controls:
You can always easily hide/show:
Courses in the Lesson Editor are grouped by the keyboard layouts installed in your OS. You can select the current layout in the Keyboard layouts list under the Toolbar buttons and show the courses created for this layout only. The auto-detect item RapidTyping hasn't courses, use this options, if you want to create multi-language courses.
Using Course menu, on the Toolbar:
For removing the selected group, use the button.
The first time you run the program, RapidTyping creates courses for all the keyboard layouts installed in your OS. If you want to take courses for another keyboard or restore the removed or changed courses, use the RapidTyping library:
In the Course options, you can set up the configuration for a selected course. All options are placed on a one page and dived by sections.
This area allows you to define what a good lesson result is for the current course.
This area defines how the text of the lesson will look like on the screen:
This area defines the program's behavior in case of typos:
Here, you can customise the lesson duration.
This section defines the following metronome options:
These options define the program behavior at the end of the current lesson.
These options define what kind of data is saved when you close the program:
This area defines the appearance of the following interface items:
Using the Lesson menu, on the Toolbar:
For removing the selected lesson use the button, or Delete shortcut
If you want to create a lesson for the Numeric pad, change the lesson type in the Lesson Type menu on the Toolbar; by default, the created lessons are joined with Main pad.
If a long text is inserted into the lesson from a file, you can split such lesson into many smaller lessons using a Split lessondialog box, by clicking the Split lesson button on the Toolbar.
The standard Undo/Redo commands are enabled on the toolbar and by pressing Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y shortcuts.
Table analysis text displays the number and percentage of words, characters, spaces, and specific characters in the lesson.
In the Font size menu on the right on the Toolbar, you can change the font size for text editing area and Table analysis text.
You can split a lesson into many smaller lessons using a Split lesson dialog box.
You can split a lesson by number of:
If you dislike the result, you can use the Undo button on the toolbar or press the Ctrl+Z shortcut.
If a text that is being pasted or imported from a file contains characters which that are unsupported by the keyboard (such as special Word symbols or foreign-language symbols), RapidTyping will display a dialog box that which asks if you if want to skip them.
If the current course has a specific keyboard layout in the Course properties, RapidTyping will check characters against on the selected keyboard layout. However, if auto-detect is selected, RapidTyping will check all the keyboards enabled in your OS.