I am using snapshots to compare my latest draft with the one supplied by my editor in Word. While copying the content from Word means I get comments passed into Scrivener, I have to accept or reject changes in Word before import via copy/paste.
A more Scrivener focused workflow would enable me to take a snapshot of my draft (already a function), copy/paste the editor supplied text, take another snapshot and compare the two versions (again, existing functions). But as I look through the comparison in the inspector pane, the versions I have visible in the split panels do not move as I go through the doc.
If they did so, then I could look at the changes and edit/change any I wanted to within Scrivener instead of inside Word. This would be preferable as I’d have immediate access to everything else that Scrivener has to offer. “All” that is requires is for the panes to be in sync with each other as I scroll through the comparison.
I’ve searcged through the forums and on the internet and can find no content that this function is available now, but it would help so many people who review in Word and then copy matter back into Scrivener.
Thanks in advance