For the first time since Scrivener 3 was released, I’ve tried using Layouts. I had 2 custom presets saved from before: a standard default for writing, and the page view (2 pages across) for proofing. I realise I can swap between these two settings by doing Shift + Alt + Cmd + P. But I’m curious why in V.3 I can’t use Layouts to save the page view as a custom layout.
I’ve tried deleting my layouts and creating them fresh, but it makes no difference. When I click the layouts drop-down and select either of my custom layouts (page view or my default), neither works. If I’m in a standard writing layout, it remains as such; if I’ve manually switched to page view and I click my default, it remains as page view. So it seems like there’s something wrong with the custom settings. (The built-in layouts work but I don’t find as much use for them at this time).
Am I just being silly and missing something? Not a biggie – as I said, the keyboard shortcut works fine, I just wondered if I was doing something wrong. Thanks.