Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:59 pm Post
Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:29 am Post
Vincent Vincent wrote:Hi.
If I my memory serves me well, Scrivener used to remember where the cursor/selection was in a specific document when the project was saved and closed the previous time.
Upon opening that project, the cursor or selection would be in the displayed range of that document. (Dead in the middle, if using typewriter scrolling.)
But although Scrivener still remember that cursor/selection emplacement, the displayed range of the document(s) is now off when reopening the project. (Meaning that I have to scroll to find it)
The visible range seems somewhat random too: although it is always opening to the same position, given that I don't further edit the project, then close it, and reopen it (yes, it changes from time to time), I can't think of any reason why this ends up being the displayed range when opening the project/document - that ain't a section of my text I worked on during my last session.
P.S. That bug - if one - is fairly recent. I don't recall having that issue using the beta.
Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:05 am Post
If the cursor position is correct but you can't see it. click an arrow button. Up, down, left, right, any arrow should do.
Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:58 pm Post
Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:23 pm Post
Mon Apr 12, 2021 4:23 pm Post
Twolane wrote:If the cursor position is correct but you can't see it. click an arrow button. Up, down, left, right, any arrow should do.
I don't think that means what I think it means, because it doesn't work. The only way I can get a cursor in a text panel that I come back to is by clicking my mouse, and the cursor appears where I click the mouse, not where it was last in the text panel when I left.
The keyboard arrow buttons do nothing but for the left-arrow. It puts me into the binder.
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