I was so grateful to have Scrivener while working on my dissertation. To save myself formatting headaches, I did my final edits as a Latex document. I'm now ready to start the slow process of editing the dissertation into a book. What would be the most efficient and accurate way to turn the Latex document back into a Scrivener project? There aren't any pictures, but I have extensive footnotes that were converted to Latex from Markdown and biblatex.
I guess the academics here missed this post, as I'm sure they'll be far better equipped to help you than I am. My only advice is to start a new project and use file->import to import your markdown document.
If my memory serves, I believe Scrivener recognizes the heirarchy of the heading levels and nests sub-sections accordingly if you use that method of importing. I've never tried it so you should maybe read up on MMD in the Scrivener manual.
I also believe you'll need to figure out if you can convert your bibliography to another tool ( I forget which are the two major favorites ).
I hope this bump will attract the notice of people with a greater grasp of the academic writing workflow, as I've now reached the end of my knowledge in this area. Good luck!
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