Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:01 am Post
Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:53 pm Post
However, now when I try and compile a Scrivener document using MMD -> LaTeX and open the resulting .tex document in Texpad, it defaults to the built-in Texpad typesetter and bibliography engines, and the document fails to compile.
I can find very little help with regard to LaTeX setup in the Scrivener tutorials, and am usually on the verge of abandoning Scrivener and going back to LaTeX alone as everything always seems so difficult to get working, and breaks every time there’s a Scrivener upgrade…
Mon May 06, 2019 6:00 pm Post
AmberV wrote:You can use another conversion engine entirely, like Pandoc (there is even a good automated workflow for that, search for “Scrivomatic” on this forum here). Or you can check out the “General Non-Fiction (LaTeX)” built-in template we provide, which is designed for those that prefer to require working in native LaTeX rather than using Markdown-based conversion. With that template, Scrivener can convert most of the things to LaTeX that it itself will convert to Markdown by default, and for the rest it demonstrates how you can create your own styles to add support for additional syntax.
Wed May 08, 2019 9:57 am Post
How would I go about using a journal’s LaTeX template in combination with this built-in Scrivener template? Or would that be ill-advised?
Thu May 09, 2019 5:38 pm Post
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