I’ve searched the forum and can’t find this listed, though surely many others want it too: The ability, in the Compile menu, to set a custom separator that is preceded and followed by a blank line.
That’s all. Otherwise I find Scrivener to be about 99.73% perfect.
There’s already a trick for this in the Mac OS system: use Opt+Return to add a blank line to the custom separator field and most other fields, like Find/Replace. Opt+Tab lets you add a tab character to these fields.
Is there a way to do this in Windows?
Not yet with a keystroke like Opt+Return, but you can copy and paste the blank line-separator-blank line from the editor into the separator return field and it will work. The carriage returns aren’t obvious when pasted, they appear as spaces, but when compiled they will show as blank lines.