I was just working on a paper for school earlier this week, and ran into a bit of a problem. In Scrivener, I had each section of the paper – the introduction, the thesis, etcetera – stored in a different Scrivening (i.e., text document) in a single folder in the Binder. What I wanted to do was to be able to write the paper in segments and then let Scrivener glue the whole thing together seamlessly, with no blank lines between the individual Scrivenings. I went to Format > Text > Spacing…, and made sure my paragraph spacing was set at 0.0. In Compile, I had my line-spacing set at 2, and all the separators set to be a “Single Return.” I had also made doubly sure there were no extraneous line-breaks or carriage returns at either the start or end of any of the documents, and my compile settings were set for Print (not going to an external file). However, when I hit Compile, what came out of the printer reflected all my settings except for the fact that between each of the Scrivenings was a mysterious blank line. I was confused; it certainly didn’t display that way in “Scrivenings” mode, so why did it do this? So I went back and double-checked all my settings, but could not find anything wrong; given those settings, I should’ve had seamless document. I turned on invisibles, but saw nothing amiss there, either. Is there some answer to this that I’m just not seeing? Or something that I’m overlooking? Or is it, as I think I read somewhere else on the forum, a bug of some kind?
All the best, mainly just curious