rgletter wrote:I changed the default text color for each text file to white. I use styles and also have that set to white. However, creating a new paragraph defaults the text color to black and not the default color "white". It gets very annoying having to reset the colors each time.
Hmm. Where are you setting this?
Options | Editing | formatting
Options | Appearance | Colors | Editor | Text ?
or are you setting text color via context menu in the editor itself, and then setting the style to that, and choosing a default style?
If you want your text always in white, and your background always in black, when in the editor, setting those in options | appearance | colors |editor | text (and 'editor' for the background) might work better than setting a style.
However, if you're using highlighting as background (which is what you set in Options | Editing | formatting), you'd have to highlight the text to get the background correct. Or am I missing something? (always possible)
On another note, formatting is disabled inside the form Project Settings->Formatting:
1. New Documents Use Paragraph Style
2. Main Text Formatting
That problem is known, or at least part of it.https://www.literatureandlatte.com/foru ... 57&t=52744
You should be able to set the default style in Project Settings, exit scriv, re-enter, and it should show the change. It's just not updating the display, for some reason.