- There’s a great tutorial on youtube regarding importing opml files into scrivener to build outlines using the mac version.
However i find i cannot do this on the windows beta yet…hopefully…??
side panel - obtrusive bck-grnd colors
As you’ve decided not to make the windows version emulate the cool look of the mack version - could you enable custom fill of background colour for all side boxes (binder / document notes etc ) so i can loose the white / bright colour panels on each side of the writing interface. I know i can effectvely do this via full screen mode - but when when i need to work with any side panels i could still do with having control on the degree of their presence on the screen and white/light backgrounds is just too bright and distracting. Personally i would set them to variations of neutral greys.It would be a great help to have this feature seeing as we dont get the more toned down black boarders of the mac GUI .
- Lastly the icons in the binder are still too small - way too small. Unimaginably small. I’ve mentioned this before - but scrivener design is hampered by myopic prejudice. You favour the constitution of short-sightedness and if you are long- sighted like myself then these icons are absurdly small even with my glasses on. I would love the ability to specify icon size - particularly as they do things - they change - microscopic corners furl or weeny midge-sized stacks appear. These are useless features for me if all looking at them does - is to help to increase the pace my eyes deteriorate. I’d prefer to cut out the squinting and eye strain when using this binder once and for all.
Please consider a more myopic-universalist approach to the scriviener GUI. Last time i mentioned this regarding the zoom text facility you did take it up and now zoom features are very good. Not so the binder for the millions of long sighted folk like myself.
many thanks for taking feedback & lookforward to using scrivener on windows…