Is it possible to change the color of hyperlinks on screen without using HTML or CSS?
Could you clarify what it is you are trying to alter? I’m not thinking of anything offhand that would require HTML/CSS in Scrivener—outside of web publishing and eBooks of course.
When I drag and drop a link from, say, Safari into a Scrivener doc, it’s always blue. I assume it’s easy to change it to black (or other color) but all my searches say you have to do some HTML which I find hard to believe. I’m using 10.13.2, [Even if I select the entire doc and change the color to black the link stays blue.]
Maybe it’s an OS thing? Otherwise it’s one of those things that’s going to be so obvious I’ll wish I never posted the question!
You can change the colour of links In V3 in Preferences > Appearance > Textual Marks > Colours > Links. Does that help?
Thanks! That’s the Preference Setting I was looking for…I knew it was in there somewhere!