Other than resetting all preferences or loading a theme, is there a standard way in macOS or Scrivener (keyboard shortcut etc.) to reset a single font to its default value? I’m talking about UI fonts like those here:
What is the question then? Which font? Clicking the font name there (where you were) allows you to change just that font, its size, and type. I added the defaults button in case you wanted to go all the way back and start fresh.
There’s no specific button for restoring the factory default; you’d need to click into the font field and reset the font from there. The “System Font” and variants are available from the bottom of the font panel.
Does anyone else experience the same problem (missing dropdown menu for the system fonts, in this specific case for Scrivenings titles)? It’s there in other font dialogs. Is it a bug, or is my installation corrupted? Scrivener 3.2.3 on macOS 12.6.
That option is available to settings that would configure “interface” as opposed to “content” (if we don’t split hairs too much about it). Apple does not wish for their UI fonts to be used outside of the UI, such as in Scrivenings titles or for default writing text, so you won’t find that setting anywhere that sets up what we might more traditionally think of as formatting. Synopsis card text though? Sure, that’s UI.