When I write, I produce a lot of snippets which don’t end up being part of the draft and I usually cut them off with Ctrl + K so that they are in a separate document right underneath the one where they were originally created. And, of course, I uncheck “Include in compile” for those snippets. That way, I can keep those snippets near where they were created, which makes it easier to find them later, for example when I change my mind and want to include some of them anyway.
However, when I scroll through a larger part of the document in scrivenings mode, those snippets are included just the same (despite being excluded from compile) and I am fine with that. But it would help if those scrivenings that are not included in compile could be distinguished visually from those that are included? (It is not always evident contentwise, what is included and what is excluded. Also, a visual marker (e.g. a different background colour) would provide a way of double checking that everything that should be excluded from compile actually has been excluded (while reading through the text in scrivenings mode).
Is there any way to achieve this? If not: please consider implementing it.
In a very similar fashion, it could be useful to display the status of each scrivening in document mode. I suppose a small text marker in the top right hand corner, just under the dotted line would do…