Sat Jan 18, 2014 10:20 pm Post
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AmberV wrote:Turgon wrote:That's a cool look you did there. I can't figure out how to change my set up to look like that. Is there a video that would show me how? A forum post that details it? Also, how hard is it to change back to the default when working on another project?
For the most part these are default colours. The main exception is the fixed width editor background colour, which I changed to dark grey to match the Ulysses look. So you need fixed width editing turned on in the Editor preference pane (I think I recall a setting of around 580 width matches the Ulysses default). I also played with the margins a bit here.
The rest is all tweaks to the project. The Binder only affects the left column, done with the `View/Binder Affects/` sub-menu command. I've then set up clicks in the left column (which is an Outliner view with only the Title & Synopsis column) to automatically load in the text editor on the right by clicking the double-facing arrow in the footer bar. Then I hid the header and footer bars for both editors (`View/Layout/`).
As to your last question, check out the `Window/Layouts/Manage Layouts` tool. You can save this look (the part not set up in preferences that is) and apply it to other projects, and quickly switch in between it and other views. But each project has its own layout. If you create a new project after having done this, it will look normal. Everything that you can do in the menus or buttons within the project window is saved into the project's appearance settings---that project alone.
Tue Jan 28, 2014 4:41 pm Post
menteb wrote:I would LOVE an updated, more modern look for Scrivener...
Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:43 pm Post
Thu Jan 30, 2014 1:10 pm Post
With these icones the Blinder is terible
Thu Jan 30, 2014 11:58 pm Post
ang wrote:Never say never
Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:48 am Post
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Mon Feb 03, 2014 6:51 pm Post
Niran wrote:Color is a great shortcut - monochrome makes me work harder, looking at the icon. Although the current finder in Mac Os X is monochrome, icons remain colorful because they look pretty and they color information makes it much more easy to find what you are looking for. As for modern, what is modern about the lack of color ?
Mon Feb 03, 2014 7:14 pm Post
jeffnesh wrote:As a colorblind person, it's the 'great shortcut' part that often gets interfaces into trouble. Relying on color to convey information is problematic for me as a user (I know I'm in the 10% minority, but still).
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