Fri Sep 18, 2015 3:54 pm Post
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Fri Sep 18, 2015 6:20 pm Post
Katex wrote:The title in the Binder didn't highlight for me when I split the page, as it did for you. I can highlight it manually by clicking on it, but if it's supposed to highlight automatically does that mean I might have a glitch?
Katex wrote:in your screenshot everything above the line *has* been removed. But on my page I can still see the preceding text - ie, above the dotted line. Should I be seeing that text?
Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:46 pm Post
Yes, that's the "Scrivenings mode" I was referencing earlier.
Sat Sep 19, 2015 3:04 am Post
Katex wrote:Yes, that's the "Scrivenings mode" I was referencing earlier.
Now I'm really confused. I've been following the instructions all the way through, step by step, so whatever mode I'm in must be the mode I'm supposed to be in. Can you tell me what mode I should be in? And how do I get out of Scrivenings mode and back to whatever mode I'm supposed to be in? I thought Scrivenings mode was when you could view the entire project - ie, all the documents joined together? That's not what I'm seeing. I'm only seeing the page that you can see in my screenshot. But it's showing text above the dotted line which, apparently, I shouldn't be able to see.
“Scrivenings” is the term for Scrivener’s combined text mode, and it is one of Scrivener’s coolest features. It allows you to view or edit multiple text documents as a composite -
Sat Sep 19, 2015 9:36 am Post
It's not going to explode.
Scrivenings mode is for viewing multiple documents as if they were all in one, but it's not limited to your entire project. It can be any folder, including the one you have selected.
Sat Sep 19, 2015 6:56 pm Post
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