Sorry, if this has been asked before; I did some random searches but I’m not sure what the appropriate search-term would be.
Anyway, I’m a recent evaluator of this software for my thesis, and am pretty certain that I will end up using Scrivener as my main authoring program from now on.
Coming from other word processors, which have all failed me somehow, Scrivener offers a refreshing way to publish large documents. The one feature I am used to, however, is to be able to make quick changes to styles, fonts, lists, etc., for which I have to dig through Scrivener’s ‘Text Menu.’ I would love to have an easier access to functions in whatever way possible.
- Either a ‘Text Inspector’ option like in Apple’s Pages, which could be a tabbed add-on to the existing inspector.
- Optional menu buttons, though I realise that clutter is ugly.
- Or a simple keyboard short-cut. I love the command+T for ‘fonts,’ but I would love a command+L for ‘Lists’ and command+Something for ‘styles.’ Being a Quicksilver-trigger addict, this would already solve all my problems.
Thanks, and sorry for adding to what must already be a long wishlist. Great program, nevertheless!