Is it too late to ask for a new feature in Windows version of Scrivener?
I understand how comments can be construed to represent a bookmark, but in most programs that have real bookmarks when you click on a bookmark the bookmark item stays on the screen. With Scrivener if you close the inspector to allow more space for the 2 windows being used to bring an outline and the chapter of the work on screen the bookmarked item disappears from the screen and you must scroll looking for a keyword of the comment. Defeating the purpose of the supposed comment/bookmark.
I can’t be the only one who argues real bookmarks in other Windows-based apps and browsers and I am sure if this issue were addressed many more would welcome real bookmarks!