Is there a placeholder tag to insert the current date into the header of each page during compile?
I’ve tried <$date> and <$longdate>, but these don’t seem to work on the windows version. At the moment I’m typing it in by hand so I don’t mix up the different revisions of my printed drafts, but this is kind of a pain…
The placeholders exist already, but cannot yet be used in the header or footer (only the page number variable, <$p>, can currently be used there). I don’t think these are going to be available for use in the header/footer with the 1.5 update, but if not then they should be in the following incremental release.
Hmmm. The time-related placeholders do not appear in the manual that comes up when I select Help | Scrivener Manual in the version that I am using (126.96.36.199). But they do work, as described in the link that you supplied above. Thanks! Mark