I haven’t wanted to push this point, feeling its importance would bring the original post to attention, but it looks like it’s getting lost, and I do think Lee and Tiho will be very interested to see it.
The end result is not complicated, if I’ve given the technical detail they’ll need.
What we get from it is that Scrivener can look a whole lot better. The capability is ‘in there’.
I’ve believe I’ve been able to show that Scrivener can have on screen type appearance very much like MS Word.
I did this using the exact framework Scrivener is based upon, its next to newest version, as I felt that’s likely to be the stable one Lee and Tiho are working from.
I wouldn’t be able to take it further from here as it’s their code, not to say their project, if that needs explaining.
The attached image gives an idea of the difference – it’s actually better than the forum can show. The first lines are as Scrivener now, and the second as it can look, on exactly the same font. If you want a lighter look, just as with paper, you’ll use a lighter font, but it will still be well-formed, even, and clear,
The original article explaining is here: [url]https://forum.literatureandlatte.com/t/beta-23-technical-proof-how-fonts-can-get-their-look-back-in-scrivener/47036/1]
It’s late, so I hope how I’ve said this comes across as meant – and then you can see what you want to do with it.