Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:31 am Post
Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:09 pm Post
Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:27 pm Post
AmberV wrote:Yes, what you’re looking to do is possible—it’s quite easy in fact to live without the binder entirely (in some projects I leave it closed 99% of the time). There are a few different ways of opening a card from the corkboard into the same editor:
- Double-click the icon in the card.
- Hit the spacebar (by default; that can be changed in Behaviors: Navigation).
- The standard command to open in the current editor: Navigate ▸ Open ▸ in X Editor or ⌥⌘O.
- Drag the card into the editor’s header bar.
As for navigating up, you found an option to make that possible with double-click on the background. I prefer making a habit out of the Navigate ▸ Go To ▸ Enclosing Group shortcut: ⌃⌘R. I prefer that because it also works in Outliner and Scrivenings view modes as well.
P.S. Welcome to the boards!
Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:13 pm Post
Clicking on an item in the binder puts me into editor mode, so I have to click on the corkboard icon to get back to the index card view. Is that right?
Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:43 pm Post
AmberV wrote:Ah, you might prefer the Behaviors: Folders & Files setting, Treat all documents with subdocuments as folders.
Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:58 pm Post
The keyboard shortcut to go back up in the hierarchy is greyed-out when I have selected something in the Binder; the command is available when I have highlighted a card in the corkboard.
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