Scrivener 2.0 will work the same in this regard, but it’s already fairly straightforward.
Search for “skall” using the regular toolbar project search. This will bring up the search results, replacing the binder - a list of all documents containing “skall”. Then select each document and bring up the regular Find panel (cmd-F) to use Replace and Find Next.
I’d assumed as much; only, it’s 42 documents that would have to be individually sorted out, so in this case it may be more practical to delay the replacing operation until the final export to Nisus WP.
Thanks, that’s a clever idea. Unfortunately, I don’t know exactly where they are (42 documents, total of around 110 k words), so I’d still have to go through 42 discreet documents, if Insignia hadn’t come up with the Edit Scrivenings tip.
With Edit Scrivenings I only had one, though long, document to sift through and could use the regular ‘Replace and find’. Piece of cake, really.