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Rezonator Installation: Windows

Having Trouble installing Rezonator on your Windows machine? Follow this quick installation guide to clear up any misconceptions or questions.

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Rezonator Installation: Mac

Having Trouble installing Rezonator on your Mac? Follow this quick installation guide to clear up any misconceptions or questions.

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Intro to Rezonator (Part 1): Navigation

Intro to Rezonator (Part 2): Creating and Saving Data

Basic Rezonator Concepts

These are the basic types of chains that can be made with the Rezonator tool. These chains are designed to help you visualize and organize any discourse.

Rez Chains

Rez chains are the heart of rezonator, and show the user resonance through verticle alignment. They can be made by clicking on a word while the Rez tool is active. To activate the Rez tool the user can click on the rez symbol in the top right hand corner of the screen.

Stacks

Stacks are useful for grouping lines of the discourse together to allow for a greater sense of organization. Stacks are made by clicking on the speaker labels located on the left of the screen.

Track Chains

Track chains are helpful for mapping out subjects within the discourse. Track chains are made by clciking on a word when the Track tool is active, which can be done by clicking on the track in the top right corner of the screen.

Quick-Links and Quick-Stacks

One way to expidite the process of making chains is to use quick-links. By dragging diagonally from one word to another, the user is able to make multiple chains at once that span all words selected. Similarly by clicking and dragging in the speaker labels quick-stacks can be made grouping all selected lines into a new stack.

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