I’ve noticed that in full-screen mode (Apple full-screen, that is), something weird happens. Let’s say I have two Projects open, each in their own full-screen, OS X “Space,” the way Apple names things. Now, let’s say I’m in Project A, and I open a QuickReference panel. Now I slide over to Project B . . . and there’s the QuickReference panel I just opened from the other Project, laying atop Project B. Same thing happens with Project Notes, and vice versa, too. If I open Project B’s Notes, then slide over the Project A, there they are, floating above its Space. What I would like to see is some type of fix for this; that is, when I open Notes or a QuickRef in Project A’s Space, I would like for it to stay there, floating where it belongs, and not somewhere else. Is there perhaps a way for Scrivener to keep track of which windows a particular Project has open, and “aware” of which full-screen space these child windows belong to? (Or maybe different kinds of windows could be used in full-screen than are used in windowed mode?) This is of course not anything close to a deal-breaker, but it is kind of annoying to have to fix it each time I switch between full-screen Projects.
Just wondering if you knew about this,