I’m not sure whether this is a) ignorance on my part, b) a bug, or c) a feature I would like.
I’m using Scrivener to write a book series. The formatting and compiling will be identical for every book in the series.
I successfully compiled the first book, and saved my custom format to “My Formats” in the compile dialog.
I opened the second book project, clicked compile, and found the custom compile format right where I expected it, in the list of “my formats”.
But even though both projects were based on the same template and have exactly the same style set, none of the layouts were assigned in the second book.
From what I know of Scrivener, I doubt that it would be intentional to make an author who only uses one set of styles and formats reassign all of them by hand for every project, so I assume that either I’m doing something wrong, or this is a bug, or a feature that has yet to be implemented.
Can anyone tell me which?