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Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:04 pm Post
...the entire approach of Scrivener is that the documents have a title and that there aren't horrible big gaps there.
Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:32 pm Post
When Scrivener discourages a visual approach of using clean space between some documents it is dictating a "right" approach -- limiting a writer's preferences, and assuming how their brain works best during the squirrelly business of composing works. I find clear visual space between documents in the binder (an outline of ideas) a valuable aid.
I find the labeling of this creative preference as a "wrong approach" frankly judgmental, counterproductive, and surprising in a wonderful program like Scrivener which was designed (as I understand it) to give writers flexibility.
This all makes me a little nervous about the coming changes in Scrivener that you keep alluding to. I certainly hope they do not change the current work flow, the visual presentation of the binder, and the binder/editor relationship.
Thu Dec 05, 2013 12:05 pm Post
However, if you really want empty spaces, there is an easy solution: just enter a single space character for the title. This will prevent the "Untitled Document" placeholder from appearing, and it will also be future-proof.
Thu Dec 05, 2013 3:43 pm Post
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