Remove margins in main editor

Hello everyone! Just got Scrivener3 after having used the old Windows version quite extensively in the past. It’s been a while since, but I do want to remember the main editor of that version having an option for no margins which allowed for the text to stretch all the way from one edge to the other. It may even have been the default setting. I’ve been playing around a bit with the Page Setup page, however this does not yield the result I’m looking for.

Is there a specific setting that I’ve overlooked which would allow Scrivener3 to behave in the same manner? Apologies if I’m being unclear as I’m not exactly sure myself how to describe it.

What you are looking for sounds like File/Options/Main Editor/Appearance/Options/Editor Margins. Set them both to zero points.

I suspect it is the Fixed Width editor. Here is what I use (note that I untick the Fixed Width Editor):
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Thanks for the replies guys. Unfortunately nothing I’ve tried within the Main Editor options results in any aesthetic changes to the document itself, apart from the look of the ruler that is. To illustrate my point further, I’d like for the text to reach between the red lines I’ve made in the screenshot below.

Turning off Page View should fix that.

I knew it was going to be something simple :smiley: Thanks, buddy!

It helped to see what you were seeing. :slight_smile: