Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:04 pm Post
Fri Feb 07, 2020 2:18 pm Post
tiho_d wrote:The only solution for Beta 36 is to use a HighDPI monitor, but we hope to provide a working solution for non-HighDPI monitors in the following versions too. Most likely you will have to choose the monitor DPI type, if automatic detection does not work. Most likely moving a project window between High to Non-High DPI monitors will cause problems, but at least the single monitor mode case will be working as expected,
Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:55 pm Post
simeva wrote:Thanks for the explanation, Tiho, but...
Is there anything I can do about it? This is a non-trivial problem for screen-writing, a show-stopper. If there is nothing I can do about it, then I can't use Scrivener 3.
Fri Feb 07, 2020 6:41 pm Post
winston_wolf wrote:Sorry I'm going off-track and just genuinely being curious here, I assume you (&a couple of others on this topic) write screenplays in some professional capacities, surely you're currently using other screenwriting softwares. Any particular reason why you want to move to Scrivener? Same reason why people went from Word to Scrivener for novel-writing?
Disclaimer: I have both Scrivener 1.9 (patiently waiting for 3.0) and a screenwriting software.
Fri Feb 07, 2020 11:58 pm Post
I've been using Scrivener for ten years or so, for screenplays, short stories, a novel and other writing projects. I do use another screenwriting software, but only to add Mores & Continueds.winston_wolf wrote:Any particular reason why you want to move to Scrivener?
Quite so. It also allows you to organise research material, and to keep multiple episodes of a series together.RLeal wrote:Scrivener is the only option for people who write non-linearly.
I'd still like to know what is the threshold between a High and a Non-High DPI. I've never heard of this distinction before.tiho_d wrote:We are working on improving this in the next Beta. Please, stay with us for further updates.
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