Not sure if this has been answered before. I’ve searched these forums and Google and can’t find a result, so I thought I’d try here.
When I’m in the editor and let’s say I go back to edit a paragraph that’s near the top of the screen, the cursor/screen “jumps” to make that editing line the vertical center of the screen (i.e. it auto-scrolls my page a few lines). I have checked and “Typewriter scrolling” is turned off. This “jumping” is so annoying that I’m considering abandoning Scrivener altogether. I like your product and really don’t want to do this, but this jumping is making it impossible for me to write using your software.
Is there a simple fix for this? A setting I am missing? Thank you!
Good to know! I’ve probably never seen it as bad as you described. I’ve only ever experienced it when the cursor is very near the top or bottom of the viewing area, so it hardly ever gets in the way. I’ll keep your tip in mind in case anyone else asks about it.
This is happening again - it was such a hassle in 2.9 that I upgraded to 3.0, and it’s happening again a week later.
It’s akin to having a strobe light, enough to make using Scrivener a miserable experience, but I have so much work on Scrivener. I’m surprised no-one else gets this bug.