I was so grateful to have Scrivener while working on my dissertation. To save myself formatting headaches, I did my final edits as a Latex document. I’m now ready to start the slow process of editing the dissertation into a book. What would be the most efficient and accurate way to turn the Latex document back into a Scrivener project? There aren’t any pictures, but I have extensive footnotes that were converted to Latex from Markdown and biblatex.
… you can also easily use Pandoc from Scrivener to go back to multiple outputs, and citations can be used in any output like EPubs / HTML to generate full bibliographies (thus more flexible than using other output workflows)…
Thanks, nontroppo. I was able to import the MMD file into a new project using pandoc. Do you know how the MMD footnotes, ( [^1], [^2], etc ) can be converted into footnotes in Scrivener’s inspector panel?
Also, do you have any recommendations as to how I can automatically divide the MMD file into sections on import? The original latex document had several parts, chapters, and sections. It would be great if I could automatically replicate that structure in the new project.