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KB wrote:There’ll be a very nice (free) update to Scapple for macOS at the same time as Scrivener 3 is released. Nothing complicated, but a freshened-up inspector and UI and a very cool new way of applying note styles and creating styled notes.
Thu Nov 16, 2017 2:43 pm Post
There’ll be a very nice (free) update to Scapple for macOS at the same time as Scrivener 3 is released. Nothing complicated, but a freshened-up inspector and UI and a very cool new way of applying note styles and creating styled notes.
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I need to be able to break my thoughts into chunks and arrange (organize) those chunks.
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Sat Jun 30, 2018 10:24 am Post
AmberV wrote:Seeing as how we’re all using the word ‘binder’ here, what about organising your Scapple files in a Scrivener project?
If that’s the whole point of the project, you can select the Research folder and use the View ▸ Outline ▸ Hoist Binder command to ignore Draft and Trash. Now you have a clean workspace to work from. Organise using the corkboard, outliner, labels, keywords, etc. When you want to load a board and edit it, hit the ⌃⌘O shortcut, or click the load button on the right hand side of the editor footer bar.
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