Chapter X is in Edit Scrivenings, with or without Lock in Place:
Example 1: The subdocuments of Chapter X are reordered via Binder/Split Pane Corkboard.
Refresh Scrivenings and the editor pane shows Chapter X with Edit Scrivenings in the new order.
Example 2: A scene is removed to Ch. Z or to Trash
Refresh Scrivenings and the editor pane hides the deleted scene from Edit Scrivenings.
This would replace the current steps:
- Click the chapter’s document icon in Editor Pane > uncheck Lock in Place (opt+cmd+L)
- click something else in the binder (so the Editor will refresh)
- Select the chapter again
- Edit Scrivenings
- Click the chapter icon > uncheck Lock in Place (opt+cmd+L)
- Navigate back to the scene I was writing in.
(Originally I posted about this in tech support, hoping there was a method I’d missed, but it doesn’t seem there is, so I deleted that post and am requesting this.)