the more I use Scrivener, the more I’m in love with it. I use it for a Manual for a Content Management System, and I like to see Scrivener as something like an offline CMS as well. With Scriveners, I can handle varying content for different user group roles in one document, and then just compile the stuff this group really needs into a PDF. That is just phantastic!

The thing I’m missing the most at the moment is a decent table of contents. The copy-pasting “as ToC” is a temporary solution, but it is hard to format and doesn’t adapt the contents to the compiled pages (if you export a part of your document only, ToC will still list that page, only without a page number).

I have also found it nearly impossible to achieve a complete ToC by exporting to LaTeX (which would create it for me), as there have been compatibility problems.

So the feature I would request would be a full-fledged ToC functionality in Scrivener which creates a ToC based on the compilation settings.

I would happily purchase the app a second time right away if I could get that… :slight_smile:

Thanks for all

Hi Urs,

Thanks for the kind words. There are no plans for anything like this at the moment - the “Copy as ToC” feature being as far as things will go for the time being - but I’ll certainly consider this when it comes time to plan out the features for 3.0. I can’t promise anything, though, as this heads into the realms of fully-fledged word processor, and it is by no means a trivial addition.

Thanks and all the best,

Well, when 3.0 will be out as a paid upgrade with that feature, I’ll be in the line…

Best regards