Scrivening by train

Yesterday I used Scrivener for the first time on a train, while going to Rome on a modern wagon with folding tables and AC sockets.

Full Screen does the magic. I discovered that Green on Black is fantastic for daylight, while Amber on Black worked way better for the night return trip across the Tiberine Valley. Thanks to the quick loading of settings, reading my old Pismo’s screen was very easy under each situation.

I could use Scrivener both for long writing, and for taking notes while discussing with the friend (a film director) I was traveling with. Reorganizing the binder on the fly was a pleasure - fast and smooth. We could reshape the movie we were working on while always keeping all parts under control.

So, even in this case Scrivener proved effective and inspiring. Thanks, Keith!