I am having some difficulties with the organization of my Binder not correctly translating through the Scriviner -> MMD -> LaTeX process to result in correct headings and subheadings. This is frustrating, because as MrGruff’s excellent guide points out, “All you have to do is make sure the structure in the Binder is right.”
As shown in the attached image, my Binder structure is right (or at least, it is what I want as my TOC!) There are three big folders as chapters, each with a number of sections and sub-sections underneath. I also have the requisite leading meta-data document and so on.
Pay particular attention to “Cooling Fan Efficiency” the second heading under the second folder, “In Search of a perfect fan.” This should appear as a header in the document, however, when I compile and look at the resulting .tex file, I get exited hashes for this title (as if the MMD never correctly translated), even though other adjacent subsections come in with the correct LaTeX \subsection and \label syntax.
I can typeset this LaTeX document and looks quite good because most of the headings come through correctly, however, for no obvious reason, some of them–including “Cooling Fan Efficiency”–end up with the commented hash marks in TeX and do not appear in the TOC or text. As indicated by the red arrow in the screenshot of the TOC, the “Cooling Fan efficiency” should be item 2.2, but is missing.
I have confirmed that this item is included (with “title”) in the Compile>>Contents settings. When I look at Compile>>Format, both “Low Energy Design” and “Cooling Fan efficiency” appear with identical settings as Level 2 Document Stacks, yet the former compiles correctly as a LaTeX section (including label!), while the later does not. I confess I am quite puzzled. I have tried a number of adjustments in the compile settings, including more and fewer subsections. I’ve also tried adjusting the layout of the binder, changing indenting and switching from file to folder and back again, all to no avail.
This issue reminds me somewhat of Binder structure --> MMD: no # headings? , except I have some headings, just not all of them. It is also a bit like Create Section/Subsection based on Scrivener Structure except that appears to be a Windows-only problem, and I am running on OSX.
FWIW, am running Scrivener 2.5, MMD 3.6, and using TexShop all on OSX. Any help would be much appreciated.