My understanding is if you are quoting someone, and their quote is multiple paragraphs, you only need to place a close quotation at the end of the final paragraph. Scrivener seems unaware of this rule, and it complains when a closing quote is missing. Thoughts?
Scrivener uses the macOS grammar checker, so the question would really be for Apple to answer.
Apple / the grammar checker couldn’t possibly know if a particular quote straddles a single paragraph or multiple paragraphs. Flagging a potential issue makes sense, no?
Thanks for the answer. I was trying to figure out if I should just accept the built-in grammar checker on close quotes or use my own judgement. Sounds like I need to do the latter and just ignore what the OS erroneously flags.
Yes, your judgement should reign supreme.