How to delete a line below a menu letter?

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Fri Apr 02, 2021 1:28 pm Post

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It doesn't matter when use it in English, but it's useless when use it in other languages.
Is there any way to turn this off?

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Fri Apr 02, 2021 9:32 pm Post

s there any way to turn this off?

Not that I am aware of. Those lines are provided by Windows when the programmer puts certain information into the program's resource file(s), so to turn them off, L&L would have to provide a way to modify the resources on the fly.

You could try something like Resource Tuner, but that is an expensive and maybe time-consuming way to go just to get rid of some cosmetic lines. And there is no guarantee that you wouldn't screw up the Scrivener EXE file in the process.

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Fri Apr 02, 2021 11:41 pm Post

graycane wrote:Screenshot_1.png
It doesn't matter when use it in English, but it's useless when use it in other languages.
Is there any way to turn this off?

Press the Alt key.
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Sat Apr 03, 2021 4:08 am Post

Jestar wrote:
graycane wrote:Screenshot_1.png
It doesn't matter when use it in English, but it's useless when use it in other languages.
Is there any way to turn this off?

Press the Alt key.


Thank you for your answer. but
It doesn't work in dark mode or other themes. :cry:

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Sat Apr 03, 2021 4:09 am Post

BClarke wrote:
s there any way to turn this off?

Not that I am aware of. Those lines are provided by Windows when the programmer puts certain information into the program's resource file(s), so to turn them off, L&L would have to provide a way to modify the resources on the fly.

You could try something like Resource Tuner, but that is an expensive and maybe time-consuming way to go just to get rid of some cosmetic lines. And there is no guarantee that you wouldn't screw up the Scrivener EXE file in the process.


Thank you for your answer. :cry: I'll just give it up and use it.