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  1. Scribblings now has a Word Count Validator, as requested. Users can save their wordcount and embed it in their posts via the [wordtrack] BBcode, or just use [wordcount] to embed without saving.
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Word Count

Discussion in 'Site News' started by CatInASuit, November 11, 2019.

  1. CatInASuit

    CatInASuit Administrator Staff Member

    We have now added a new page in the Scribblings forum that will allow users to count the number of words in their document.

    As an added bonus, we have two sets of BBCode for people to use generated when you use the form.

    You can either use the [ wordcount ] bbcode to track the number of words you have entered.

    Code:
    [wordcount=15000]6d3a7143-ad3b-4f42-8d85-bacf02469ada[/wordcount]


    Or you can save your word count and use the [ wordtrack ] bbcode generated to show off your own personal total.

    Code:
    [wordtrack]CatInASuit[/wordtrack]
    Word Count: 1 / 50,000


    Have fun with it.
     
  2. This is very useful to write a post which requires a certain number of words.

    Now there's one here. It could be readily access and word count is right away determined.

    The user doesn't have to find the link and waste time to check the number of words he has written.

    As a newbie I haven't used it yet. I try it if it's worth.

    Thanks.
     
  3. tirial

    tirial IT fixer extraordinaire Scribe

    Thanks. We put it together for NaNoWriMo last year when the one of their site didn't work. We might add a few extra features, like allowing users to record progress against individual projects, although that would mean making tweaks to the board.
     

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