The ONE feature I will miss the most in Scrivener 3

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west4east
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:22 am Post

This is the ONE feature Scrivener 2 had, and Scrivener 3 does not have. I want to highlight that -- aside form inspiration, it is NOT a needed thing.

In Scrivener 3 it is not possible to see Synopsis (or the image) together with META-TAGS or with KEYWORDS. Only with NOTES.

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Otherwise, I just love S3 !!!
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:36 am Post

I just wanted to highlight that the screenshots I made, are from my WINDOWS S2 copy (where having Synopsis and Keywords or Meta-Data is possible), but I am using a MAC S3 version at home.

So, no -- not confused here, in case you thought about it. And yes, I know that Windows S3 is not sue until sometime next year.
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Abel Kay
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 8:13 am Post

Would a split help?

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Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:40 am Post

That would make me lose some of my writing space... valuable real estate...

Not worth it, but I really appreciate your idea... Thank you!
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Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:03 am Post

A possible (partial) workaround: Keep a QR window with either the picture or the custom metadata displayed. Doesn't get in the way until you want to refer to it, then it's just cmd-` to flick it on and off.

No good for flicking rapidly through documents, of course, but then I wouldn't imagine it's only something you'd want to use when you're working on a document for some time.

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