When click on Compile in Novel format, the bottom of the Compile page is cut off and I can’t get to the commands at the bottom, such as Compile…
Scrivener for Windows is designed for a minimum vertical screen size of 1080 pixels when at 100% scaling – if you have scaling enabled, the effective resolution still needs to have this. For example, at 150% scaling, your screen should have a vertical screen size of at least 1620 pixels, so that the effective vertical size is 1080 pixels (1620 / 150% = 1080).
If you moved from a large desktop screen to a laptop, you should be able to grab the window title bar from the top five pixels and drag it down.
Then, resize the window vertically to halfway your laptop screen. You should see your cursor change to a vertical double arrow icon.
And then, dag the window up using the window title bar. The bottom of the window should now be in view.
If you still don’t see the Compile button, drag the window to the left and resize it to the left. You should see your cursor change to a horizontal double arrow icon.
And then, dag the window to the right using the window title bar. The right side of the window should now be in view.
Thanks so much!!! (I had to get 20 characters, sorry…)