Discovered the hard way that my compile is passing thru rogue font colors. I thought the override setting would have prevented this.
I now have a compilation volume in which certain phrases and paragraphs are only near-black, because at least one author was in the habit of turning their draft text different colors while writing using the crayon color panel – and then using it again to turn the text “black”. Well, Licorice and Lead look identical in Scrivener, but of course they are not – and when you send that kind of varying output to press, you know it. Ouch.
So, I thought the format setting as pictured below would have prevented this from happening, but the not-quite-black text went through it anyway. This a bug or am I missing something?
(Clearly I should have caught/cleared the problem at the typesetting stage. But that is not the point here.)