- merge cells missing from right click menu: if you select more than one cell, the Table in the right click menu is disabled.
- order in binder doesn't change when you move doc if locked
- comment created when locked in other view doesn't show up in comments list, nor is it added to the content.comments file, though somehow the comment is saved somewhere
- comment times out when filling in-line (such as when other window is locked to inspector)
- (fixed in latest?) when searching, all comments are highlighted yellow, regardless of whether they contain matching text
- missing keyboard shortcut entry for opening something in quick ref
- right click still changes active document (such as to open in quick ref)
- no way to filter comments by color
- scene divider in scrivenings mode disappears when using line as divider
- when you click a comment in a doc, it keeps another comment selected, so if you right click and change color of that comment, another one that wasn't intentionally selected will be changed
- scrolls to bottom on resize
- other window scrolls around when you edit
- seeing comments for multiple docs at once
- can't c-s v (preserve formatting) into comments
- can't change comment color by in-line right click. So if inspector is locked to other editor, there's no way to change a comment's color
- synopsis wrong size on reopen if collapsed when closed
- selected comment outline/indicator in inspector not easy to see
- comments in inspector pane don't wrap well sometimes, and a scroll bar appears, even if window is maximized or the comments pane is resized
- no way to add custom comment color to right click menu
Compile related (I know you're currently working on this)
Compile doesn't remember file type for format
Table background color not saved upon compiling to epub3
Tables pasted from excel don't receive class in epub3: normally elements get a numbered scrivener class
HTML elements in compile only list "None": apologies if this isn't a bug and there's some way to define/enable them elsewhere, but this section seems to be missing in the MacOS manual.
Custom css stylesheet is put before scrivener css. should come after to override default styles.
Header elements (h1, h2, etc) aren't used for titles
This one's important for highly formatted Kindle books. Allow customizing names of classes in epub compiles: right now, they're just given names like scrivener, scrivener2, and so on. It would be very useful to be able to name these. Right now it's very hard to style the output of epubs. Since custom CSS is already allowed, this seems like an oversight.