mclark wrote:In Scrivener 1.9 you can Right click on an item in the binder and you hover over Move. You can move something left or right.
Left clicking on and item in the binder and trying to drag it left doesn't move things left so not sure what you are talking about.
Really want Rename back. Why take it out in the first place?
In general when someone says "click" or "drag" without specifying "left", they mean to use the right (or primary) mouse button.
(Right-clicking and) dragging lets you rearrange files in the binder, outline and corkboard.
Rename just requires a double-(right-)click. Same number of clicks, less interface to navigate.
As to why the removals? I mean... why not remove them? Those two menu items are easily achievable with standard mouse gestures, and there are already a lot of context menu items, most (if not all) of which you can't do by clicking or dragging.
sschertz wrote:Are you using the Windows 3.0 beta? Your post mentions 2.9, but there is no Windows 2.9 version, but this is in the Windows forum, so I'm unclear.
The beta is technically at version 188.8.131.52, as seen from the window that pops up from the Help->About Scrivener menu.
I think that's done so that the updater code recognizes version 3.0 as being a higher revision number than any of the beta releases without having to number the final release as 3.0.32 or 3.32, or whatever would have come after using version number 3.0 as the first beta release number.