Sorry for the “simple” question but I haven’t seen it on the tutorial provided with Scrivener 2.x.
I’d like to know what are the 2 shortcuts described in the attached screenshot.
On other respects, is there a list of all Scrivener’s shortcuts?
Cmd-N adds a new text, and opt-cmd-N creates a new folder; cmd-B toggles the binder on and off.
Hope that helps!
All the best,
And there’s a list of shortcuts here, and this dashkard widget contains the majority of the shortcuts.
Thanks very much to both of you
I checked out the kbs list but I’m not sure where to find the right one for the following (if any): when writing a text (say a draft), I’d like to go to the left panel where all my drafts are listed in order to go to a draft located ten drafts above, select the mentioned draft, and then write into it.
Is that possible?
Oh, got it. Opt-Cmd-B hides or shows the binder, but it sounds like you want to move focus from the editor to the binder (and then back). Ctrl-Tab will cycle through the binder and any open editor splits. You can also use Ctrl-Opt-Cmd-B to jump directly to the binder and Ctrl-Opt-Cmd-E or Ctrl-Opt-Cmd-R to go directly to the editor split. Look under View>Move Focus To; the names for the editor items will change according to whether you have the editor split or not and whether the split is vertical or horizontal, so it’s probably easier to just take a look yourself in your project.
Well dear MimeticMouton, you’re fantastic!
You’ve told me every thing I wanted to know about Scrivener but was afraid to ask
Thanks for all those very useful tips indeed.
BTW, this is the advantage of not having a localized version of Scrivener (yet) so that we can all see the same thing in our software - provided that we all understand English. I hope that Lion will let us again (as Leopard did) chose the language of our soft without having to change… our system-wide language settings - my system not being in English.