I did this using Scrivener and I am still learning about formatting the compiled version. Please forgive the odd nature of the post…My comments are in bold… everything else is from the manual.
I am using version 022 of Scrivener
I am using Revision: beta 022 - Rev. 01 BETA PREVIEW of the manual
I understand that everything I mention will not create action, but I felt it was better
to err on the side of too picky and let you ignore it.
Nice job on the manual, by the way.
To adjust the icons available, or their appearance, use the
ViewToolbar menu item, or right-click anywhere in the toolbar background area.
This feature does not exist.
4.0.5 The Inspector
It might be useful to have a description of the Inspector being the vertical section
on the right side of the screen.
5.2 The Main Window
The project will be created,
and you’ll be presented with a fresh Scrivener project window
The left sidebar panel is your Project binder, where everything stored or created in
your project will be represented in an outline structure.
On the right side of the window
we have the editor (which is more than just a text editor, as we will shortly see).
My window shows the Inspector as well.
I don’t know if this is a setting I have changed or a change you have implemented
Figure 5.3: Progress so far
It might be better to move this illustration a little further down in the text. When
I encountered it, I started looking for what I had missed to get Chapter One to display on
my binder. I found it a few paragraphs ahead.
7.1 How the Binder is Organised
by default it is coloured a pale blue when the project window is
I don’t notice the binder window being blue.
Figure 7.1: The three default ’root’ folders
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8.1.1 Navigation specifics
Both Outliner and Corkboard views have an Auto-Load feature, which when
will load any selected item(s) in the other split, if one is opened. The Auto-Load
is located in the footer bar, and will appear blue when switched on.
I had a hard time catching on to the meaning of this paragraph. Finally, I realized
that Outliner was not Binder and things fell into place. I don’t know if this needs
attention (just because I was being dense) but I thought I would pass it on.
8.2 Controlling Binder Integration
Binder Affects. . . The ViewBinder Affects
If Binder Affects
First Editor has been enabled, however, all clicks will be sent to the left WIN: or
top split no matter which is active.
WIN: looks out of place. Did you mean for it to be left or top split?
9.1.1 Setting Up Label & Status
The next two forms of meta-data are flexible in what you can refer to them as.
ProjectMeta-Data Settings… ( – ,) you can set up custom names for both the label
The symbols after Meta-Data Settings look like Mac keystrokes to me. Perhaps
these got missed?
To add or remove
project labels, use the ProjectMeta-Data Settings menu item.
In the windows version, it is Project | Labels and status settings