I just bought a new MacBook Air. I don't want to migrate contents from my old MBP because of all the clutter. My Scrivener licence entitles me to install another copy on this new machine, but how do I go about it in practice? I didn't purchase my copy from the App Store so that option is not availab...
Can't wait! Scrivener is so useful for academic writing (and let's be honest, the syncing workarounds are fiddly) that I need carry my MacBook around all the time. Come on folks, there are excellent word processors for iPad such as UX Write -- don't fall behind!
Also, I have to disagree with nrx on directionality. Directionality is important because it is a standard way of symbolising logical connections: double-sided arrow = strict implication, one-sided = entailment, etc.
Fantastic. I've been an iPad sceptic so far (though a longtime Mac and iPhone user), but I think L&L just sold me an iPad 3. I think that will come out next month; don't make us wait too long for Scrivener for iOS!
Thanks for the clarification. Yet I really think that if we had a standard option then many people wouldn't bother tinkering with it -- same as with the footnotes. The text can always be formatted after compiling anyway.
Thanks for the prompt reply, Keith. I guess this is an item for the wish-list: wouldn't it be possible and perhaps even simpler to have something like the footnote markdown, with a default format (indent by a tab and a half, font smaller than main text by 1pt, say)?
Apologies if this has already been addressed, but I couldn't find it anywhere. Is there a way of formatting part of the text as a quotation, in such a way that it would then appear with an indentation and maybe a slightly smaller font size in the compiled draft? This is almost as important as footno...
OK, I must be doing something wrong: when I open the PDF files that I store in the research folder, I can't zoom in or out. So some files are near-illegible because of the font size. How do I get around this? Thanks in advance!