Hi, congratulations on the release of 2.3!
One of the changes that caught my attention was the fact that the auto- correction of ‘i’ to ‘I’ was disabled by default in other languages… I disabled it manually ages ago, but any chance that this change may spread to the English version as well? Here are two reasons why I find this particular ‘feature’ incredibly annoying:
The first one is that if I have lost count of how many times I have made a mistake typing 'it, ‘is’, ‘in’ or ‘if’ that comes across looking like ‘i’. When the program doesn’t auto-correct that stands out and I can then decide if I mean ‘I’, ‘it’, ‘is’, ‘in’ or ‘if’, otherwise this one is all too easy for the problem to be overlooked. If I see an i where it doesn’t belong I know something’s gone wrong.
The second one is that sometimes I really mean ‘i’. This is especially true when I want to type something like V.i when making a list, or in the case of Scrivener when indicating a scene. I really don’t need the program to switch that to V.I for me because it really should be i.
I know it is a minor nitpick. I absolutely love Scrivener, and that is something I disable in every instance, so it’s not like it is a problem only with Scrivener, but if you made that change for other languages, you may want to consider making it the default across the board.