Sanguinius wrote:Ah, yes, I got a little carried away on that one, didn't I?
Nah, I didn't think so. It is, as you said, mind-blowing. It actually got me wondering what else might be hidden under the hood ... ("Hmm. Maybe if I click on the Inspector button while resting an elbow on the Space key, Snapshot comparison will appear.")
Sanguinius wrote:I try to remain fairly "zen" about most things in regards to Scrivener, since it does as many things perfectly as I can think of.
Hence your handle, eh? That's fantastic. The Zen of Scrivener (to borrow a phrase) depends, I think, on your workflow. For instance, I've read a number of posts by new Scrivener users shrieking with outrage that WinScriv can't compile to CreateSpace or some such POD outlet. Since I don't publish to print, I shrug, and think in an alarmingly detached way, "Yeah, I guess I can see why that might be upsetting -- to someone else." On the few times I've run into a limitation or had a problem with WinScriv, however, it's front and center.
Meanwhile, some Scrivener user on the other side of the world may well be peering at his/her screen and thinking, "This long-winded asshole again? 'WinScriv broke up my imported comments from a Word doc.' Yawn."