Split-Screen View of Plover on a Qwerty Keyboard. (I don't know if you know, but he's on Twitter and frequently posts briefs: http://twitter.com/MagnumStenoClub)I am also very big on making my own briefs. Leading. : ....__'.b. They're intimately familiar with every outline in their respective dictionaries because each one sprang from their own brain and fingers.You're well down that road already, Stan, and I commend you for it. Some are focused on raw speed and efficiency but require a lot of memorisation. Is that left side G right? While I’m on the job, I create a new dictionary entry and start using it in real time so that it really gets into my fingers. SKWROEBS  (joebs), Thanks to Steve Kosmata for these:STKPWHROFRPBLGTS - THE COURT:  Overruled.STKPWHRUFRPBLGTS - THE COURT:  Sustained.ORPB - Objection, your Honor, Thanks to Chuck Motter for theseAs a Total Eclipse user, Chuck includes a conditional commain each of these dictionary entries.For example:  {,? for such and such a word. Yeah, that was an error by the graphic designer. All dictionaries used with Plover have to be conflict-free, because Plover doesn't support conflicts, and if I have anything to say about it, it never will. Sidebar. Stenograph believes that the Wave shorthand machine, when used in compliance with the enclosed instructions and information, is safe. (Our final C is -SZ so maybe if there is ever a word that requires a soft C at the end, I might use it. SKWREFPL  (jefm)Object to the responsiveness. Thanks for the tips! I was actually surprised at how much of the practice sentences were phonetically and completely sounded out: /WHAUT/WAUS/HE/DAO/-G/TKUR/-G/TH-/...etc. So I’m creating a “Steno Tips” section of this website. The Backup SD card must be in the Luminex in order for the steno machine to operate. Try steno in your browser without having to download or install anything. I know Mark uses this key combo for either "this" or "that" briefs. Heh, good idea. )So I was wondering if this is okay as far as how it would affect my writing further down the road when I would have these habits of muscle-memory so ingrained that I wouldn't be able to write another way. SKWROPBS  (jons)Objection. Wouldn't use it if I thought it would conflict.My final Q is -LGTS, so liquid would be HREULGTS, headquarters HELGTS (HQ without the E), aqua as ALGTS. We recommend using Plover as your steno software as it is currently the only free stenography software on the market and can be used with Qwerty keyboards as well as most Steno machines. zap, zit, zoo).In Learn Plover! Good luck! Like the “e-Tips,” the “Steno Tips” will be free; and I’ll be happy to credit anyone who contributes. Also consider Learn Plover, which is our updated and expanded online textbook: https://sites.google.com/site/ploverdoc/home. I maintain a “Steno Tips” file in PDF format. I want there to be a consistent way of showing when one-stroke syllable-final consonant clusters are "out of steno order" as Carol Jochim (of Phoenix Theory) puts it. I have never taken a class in steno so I don't really know how people come up with briefs or when it is appropriate to use one -- I just go all-out and make up briefs for everything possible as a side-effect of having studied Gregg. I've been using .pngs rather than .bmps for a while now, but I forgot to go back and change over the old files. All you need is a modern keyboard that has N-Key Rollover (NKRO). The Plover Google Group. I also make available a Total Eclipse dictionary that contains all the entries and variants. : [PB]....__'..ç: [LG] -- unicode utf-8: c3 a7 latin small letter c with cedilla The little finger has four buttons and four options four combination options: ....__'...¢ [TS] -- unicode utf-8: c2 a2 cent sign....__'...$ [SZ]....__'...þ [DZ] -- unicode utf-8: c3 b3 latin small letter thorn....__'...ð [TD] -- unicode utf-8: c3 b0 latin small letter eth I find this "charting" useful..kwr__'...: .tph@i'.n.d .t.h_i'...s .k.ha_'r..t ....__'..g: .kwr@u'...s .tph__'..l: ....__'fplt. One can drill anything into memory with enough practice, but it's great when a principle is easy to remember on the fly without consulting reference books. I want there to be a consistent way of showing when one-stroke syllable-final consonant clusters are "out of steno order" as Carol Jochim (of Phoenix Theory) puts it.This is how I do it:PHELT: meltPH*ELT: metalPWUBL: bubblePWU*BL: bulbThe asterisk is a powerful tool!I fall into the category of wanting my briefs to be pronounceable too. Effective September 28, 2020, Stenograph relocated our headquarters to 2626 Warrenville Road, Downers Grove, IL 60515.Please note all phone numbers remain the same. We are a recognized court reporting supplies store. SKWROEFPL  (joefm)Object to the form of the question. "This makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the reminder! But wait! Many thanks to all who have contributed:Cher BarronTracy DanielsMike FeuerDonna Kanabay HarveyKim HammElsa JorgensenSteve KosmataPavan LeMayAnn MedisJames MoodyChuck MotterKathy NielsenDan OlarnickAnn RutarLisa Selby-BroodLorna TyndallDede Vignovich, An Anonymous Tip (handy for Federal Courts):superseding indictment:  SEUDsuperseding indictments:  SEUDZThanks to Pavan LeMay for these:"Object" phrases:  J+"Object as" phrases:  JA+"Object to the" phrases:  JE+"Objection" phrases:  JO+"Objection to the" phrases:  JOE+, Object.