If the Inspector is open when I close a project – after re-opening the project the Inspector will remember the width size I had positioned it at – I can Hide and Show the Inspector, and it will open to the width I had set it at.
If the Inspector is closed when I close a project – after re-opening the project, when I select Show Inspector, it defaults to a smaller width. I then need to resize the width to my preference.
Scrivener Preferences are set to use a Fixed Width Editor, but this also occurs with Fixed Width turned off.
Is this something you are already aware of?
P.S. I tried posting this to the Beta Testing forum, but got the following message … “Sorry, but only moderators can post topics in this forum”.
For reference, bug reports for the beta are supposed to be posted as replies to the Beta thread rather than as new threads.
At any rates, I just fixed this for the next version, so thanks for pointing it out.
Thanks for the fix Keith!
I’m still confused though. Are you suggesting that I should have posted this as a reply to the “Announcement” topic at the top of the Beta Testing forum?
How were others able to add topics such as “RTF with footnotes still crashes Word”, “Printing Crash?”, and “Typewriter scrolling” etc.? When I try to add a topic I get the “only moderators can post topics” message.
Yes, you should have posted as a reply to the announcements post in the beta forum. That is what is requested in that thread. The reason others could post those bug reports was that I hadn’t locked it down then. I requested users to post bugs as replies to the announcement threads, but some users missed my request and started posting new topics, which cluttered up the forum, so I locked it down and made it so that only administrators could post new topics in that particular forum area. The idea was that that way, users would have to post bug reports as a reply.
Thanks for the explanation Keith. Sorry that I didn’t catch those details in the initial Announcement you posted …