I’ve noticed that in Scrivener, if I leave an open document to look at another briefly (without going to the bother of splitting the editor), then use the arrow to ‘go back’, Scrivener returns me to the top of the page I was in, not the position I was actually at.
Is there a setting I should know about, that allows Scrivener to ‘remember’ whereabouts I am in a page, so I don’t have to keep scrolling down to where I was?
The thing it remembers is the cursor position, or the selection. It does not attempt to recall the scroll position. So if you are primarily just using the scroll wheel, or PgUp/Down keys, then you won’t be moving the cursor itself, so it always pops back to wherever that was instead.
On the Beta 5 it does not seem to be the case unless you have something selected. When the cursor is not selecting anything, going back does not seem to recover the old cursor position. Can you verify this?