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A visual / color indicator of which text is whos and which is the AI's

It would help the technology aspect of this project to stand out more (for those who are interested in that side of things) if there was optional/toggle-able highlighting to reveal which text was written by the AI and which was written by a human. If applied to the player-submitted adventures as well, it could help players learn from each other how to interact with the AI to have a better experience.

The three cases it would mainly need to handle at present are:

1. Player-written prompts
2. AI-written responses
3. Player edits to AI-written text

Being new to the game, I've discovered so far that I can have good results by entering ALL of my actions using the "story" entry method and , however this can make it very difficult to tell which text was mine and which was the AI's, especial when I am liberally editing/curating the AI's responses. I'd like to be able to save a copy of my story on my disk that includes an indication of what part of the writing is my own.

  • Guest
  • Jan 15 2021
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  • Guest commented
    14 Jun 10:59pm

    It would also be cool to colorcode based on which character in a given story is talking. (Although only colorcode based on characters with names, and when they first tell their name it appears in that color)

  • Guest commented
    12 May 10:44am

    To add to this, an export of the story in some computer processable format like JSON (inlcuding the metadata of player-written, ai-written, player-edited) would be really nice.