I’m a quarter of the way through my book, one of many I’ve written using Scrivener when it got super-hinky. I moved on to the next scene but the font was different - now courier prime all caps - I recognized it as screenplay format, at least I think it is. Any new scene I add appears as a yellow three hole punch icon in the binder and it defaults to the courier prime all caps. I succeeded in copying and pasting a bit of text from the previous scene to override - the only way it would work, but each new scene is in the screenplay format.
The program crashed the first time I attempted to change the font and when it came back, it seems to be stuck halfway between novel format and screenplay format.
To toggle scriptwriting off / on, press CMD 8.
Thanks! That does take off the script format for the scene I’m in, but any new scene added automatically defaults to script format.
See update below.
That sounds as though a document template has somehow defaulted to scriptwriting format.
Section “7.5 Document Templates” of the manual should help, if that is the case.
Actually, if the current document is in scriptwriting mode, any new document will be created in scriptwriting mode as well.
Converting to standard-text mode and then creating a new file should produce a standard text document.
It seems to be working correctly now. Not sure how it got goofed up. I suppose I might have accidentally hit the key for that.
Appreciate your time and assistance.