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fmcpma wrote:The possibility of setting the time between auto-saves to 0 (zero), which would disable timed auto-saving
fmcpma wrote:being able to set here an alternate folder for auto-saving, with manual saves still done to the originally created folder.
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M.R. wrote:I'd like Scrivener to open faster. Sometimes it's really slow to open projects, even small ones.
I use foot notes and inline notes often. Inserting them is easy enough but if I want to put something in the middle of the sentence the system auto capitalizes the word following the inserted text.
The footnote box itself doesn't quick. I feel like I should be able to click after the box and start typing regular text. Instead I have to add spaces, select those spaces and turn it off
A pop out internet search feature. I know this is a big wish, but when I'm in scrivener and I have to do an internet search, either have to re-size scriv and open a browser or minimize scriv and open a browser. I'd love something like scratch pad (Search Pad) that floats over scriv and functions somewhat like the browser on my cell phone.
Reveal all /Collapse All without having to leave the editor
Where am I? Nothing noticable happens on screen, the editor bar stays highlighted, the binder is not lighting up.
Similar shortcut behavior for the Inspector
Restore Binder View
pbjorn wrote:Finally, it'd be really nice if the footnotes accepted pasted values, so that I wouldn't have to retype the whole reference by hand...
simeva wrote:Remove the default text "http://www." from the Create External reference dialogue on the Inspector. I always cut and paste a url into here, never type one, and so I need to select and delete this text every time I add a reference.
I can't use the mouse to drag and drop a corkboard card to first position
MarieDees wrote:Yes, I can split the screen and have the timeline show where I'm working on the document, but eventually that just gets crowded and takes away work space. I really just want to be able to float research and other non-story elements for quick reference without having them taking up writing space. The scratch pad already has that functionality but I lose the float ability once I save something elsewhere.
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AmberV wrote:StefanG wrote:Reveal all /Collapse All without having to leave the editor
So, you've got the binder open, and in the left split you have an Outliner session showing you the Research folder. In the right split you are editing your text document. What happens when you press the hypothetical Ctrl-F3?
AmberV wrote:StefanG wrote:Where am I? Nothing noticable happens on screen, the editor bar stays highlighted, the binder is not lighting up.
Does the selection bar not light up for you? For me it is a light grey when the focus is elsewhere; blue when the binder has active focus.
AmberV wrote:Restore Binder View
Could you clarify that one in a step by step? I'm not sure what you mean by the last Binder view.
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