Was just curious about themes, and I selected one. Now, I have been unable to go back to what I had. Is there a way to do that?
Well that’s weird. I was working on something else, and now my original color scheme has been restored. No idea how that happened.
Note that Appearance options are in several different places: Scrivener/Appearance, Scrivener/Preferences/Appearance, Scrivener/Theme, plus:
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Also, I see an Import Themes…
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But no “Export Themes.”
Is “Import Themes” the same as “Load Theme”?
Consider putting all the appearance settings in one place within the “Preferences” dialog (and eliminate the Scrivener/Appearance and Scrivener/Theme options.
Import Theme is the same as Load Theme from File.
Scrivener/Appearance and Scrivener/Themes exist because many people like to change these settings depending on their working environment, without having to dive into the Preferences menu, and the whole point of Themes is to make a group of settings readily accessible. These are not “separate” commands, though, they just duplicate what’s available in Scrivener → Preferences.