I'm using it in quote mode and my subtitle isn't showing up. Is this a bug or a feature? I'd very much like it to show.
It's a feature. In quote mode, the callout will only show the quote, and not the subtitle.
LOL okay, thanks. Guess I can't use it as a quote. *Sigh*
We figured that in most cases, a subtitle wouldn't be necessary above quotes, so we didn't add the option. However, you can always put your desired subtitle in a Text capsule above the Callout Capsule. Hope that helps!
When I want to enter a quote I open a separate capsule for that. I highlight the quote and when I click on the quote marks, it floats the quote to center. I do not put a sub-title in this cap, for I usually want that quote to be part of the text before and after the quote. Of course, you can put a sub-title on the quote cap if you like.
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