proposed addition to Progressive Language for P2G 5.1

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Patrick Fothergill
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proposed addition to Progressive Language for P2G 5.1

Hi AssistiveWare,

I'm just getting to the new features of P2G 5. The search function looks best-in-class--bravo!--and automatic backups will make peace of mind (not to mention recovery after data loss) significantly simpler.

I'm interested in the potential of the Progressive Language feature and I see another use for it: For users who benefit from *permanently* less busy folder pages and have Snapback to Home turned on at the User level, could you create another "Step" in Progressive Language that hides all redundant home-page words on folder pages while leaving the home page fully populated? You'd have to label this Step quite differently from all the others, or perhaps locate this option elsewhere in the interface (though using the same underlying mechanism).

I realize I could do this myself by editing all the templates (say, for the highest available Step in whatever layout a given client chooses), but that's a lot of work. I'm fairly confident you'd find a good number of people would use such a feature, so I'd rather you did that work with your probably more efficient editing tools and thereby made it available beyond my tiny corner of the AAC universe!

I'd be interested to hear from other professionals, users and family members who think this would be worthwhile.

A related feature that'd be very handy: The ability to switch between Progressive Language steps in the Edit mode's Quick Menu.

Thanks,
Patrick

Patrick Fothergill
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Oh, I forgot to mention how

Oh, I forgot to mention how much I like the new Tools menu!

Pam - Moderator
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Hello Patrick,

Hello Patrick,

Thank you for the positive feedback. I will share your suggestions with the Proloquo2Go development team.

Kindly,

Pam

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