CrossOver will allow you to run your Windows version of Scrivener on Chromebook. However, it's currently badly supported by the developer, and there are no reports of users accessing Scrivener on Chromebook this way. It's theoretically possible though.
Curiota, I slowly learned, is the true replacement for nvALT; if you can live with RTF, rather than Markdown. It is a little sister of the well known Curio, mind-mapping and note taking application. I am not that much a fan of Curio. But, I find its little sister very useful. Curiota has all the thi...
in Scrivener you can configure the default paragraph formatting by going to the Tools menu, and then Options, or just pressing F12... Right click on the ruler to set tabs, whether in the document itself or in the Editor Options.
If you haven't already, install the Dropbox app onto your Mac and let it put all the files in your Dropbox into your Dropbox folder on your Mac. Quit Scrivener. MOVE YOUR PROJECT to the folder inside your Mac Dropbox folder that you've told iOS Scrivener to sync to.
How to Roll Back to an Earlier iOS / iPadOS Version Using iMazing Install Imazing if you haven't already. Download the . ipsw image file for the iOS version you want to revert to from IPSW Downloads. Connect the device you're going to revert to your Mac with a USB cable. Launch iMazing.
Export a collection of RSS Feeds. You can export a collection of your RSS Feeds to an . opml file and then import from that file to another computer that you or someone else uses. This is a great way to share a collection of RSS Feeds with someone else or to make a backup of your RSS Feeds settings.
How to Create a SCAP Scan: 1. Go to 'My Scans' and create a new scan. 2. Use the 'SCAP and OVAL Auditing' template. 3. Create a name for the scan. Example: 'SCAP and OVAL Scan'. 4. Add target IP addresses or domain names(if you use domain names they have to be resolvable). User-added image 5. Go to ...
Check Your SpotLight Preferences. It is also important that you confirm your Spotlight Search preferences. Click on the Apple Menu at the top and choose System Preferences > Spotlight. Quit System Preferences and Spotlight will start re-indexing this folder/drive.
Unless you're compiling to RTF, you'll need to be sure that you have set the export converter to "Microsoft Office" for whichever format you're using, in the Import/Export section of Tools > Options. This should have been the default, given that you have 2010 and 2013 installed, but double...
I’m having this issue. Weirdly I’ve found that switching to the emoji keyboard and then back to the regular keyboard fixes it. Needs a proper fix still but that’s a good workaround. I have reported this issue to the Apple support team hopefully they solve this issue soon.