SweetPea wrote:It looks like you don't have any problem with BC's claiming parts in their own projects? If so, can you please put me in the magic window for Felicity? I'll send you the colour coded text as soon as I can figure out how to do it.
Hi Sweet Pea!
I've color-coded texts before, and usually, it's done using Google Docs. This is free to use, you just need a Google account, which most people probably have anyway. Once you're signed into your Google account, go to Google Drive. This is a place where you can store and create files to share with other people. Create a new document and copy/paste in the text you're working with from Project Gutenberg. Then from there, you can color-code using the editing bar, or you could also space out the text like a script and add character tags for each line. Once you've set up the text, save it, and then hit the share button in the upper right hand corner. It will ask you who you want to be able to access the text, and you can choose Public. That should make it visible to anyone. The option of "anyone who has the link" probably works as well, but I like to be on the safe side and go with Public. Clicking on the share button also generates the link to the text, which you can copy to post here for everyone working on the project!
Hopefully that works, but let me know if you have any questions about it! I'm definitely not an expert, but I went through a bunch of troubleshooting the first time I set up a text (I have a business account with Google, which, for some strange reason, makes things much harder to share, ugh) so I know a little bit about getting it to play nice