Can't find the code block style

I am new to Scrivener3 and currently in the process of exploring the trial version. I would like to use Scrivener for two things:

  1. Organizing and writing blog articles
  2. Writing technical books

Now I just can’t find the “emphasis” and “code span” character styles for inline styling and “code block” style for sections of source code as mentioned here: … rst-ebook/

What am I doing wrong here?

What template died you use to create your new project?

I just used the “General Nonfiction” template and these styles were created as part of the new project on the Mac:


I also just checked in Windows RC11 and it does the same thing there.

Also remember there is nothing special about the pre-populated styles – if your current work is missing them, you can simply recreate them how you like, or even create a new project and copy the styles from the new project to your existing project.

Thanks for your quick reply. I don’t even see the styles even when using the General Non-Fiction Template. What version are you using?

That screenshot is for the old (current) version, not the V3 Beta.

Thank you. That explains it all :slight_smile:

Here is the download link to the beta version: Scrivener 3.0 Beta - Release Candidate 10 (Download Links & Change List)