I’m new to Scrivener (I’m using version 3 ) and I want to write a novel with parts and I’m using the following structure:
- Folder for Part I (Part Heading) - Folder for Chapter I (Chapter Heading) - File for scene (Scene) - File for scene (Scene) - Folder for Chapter II (Chapter Heading) - File for scene (Scene) - File for scene (Scene)
I don’t want to use the folder names for titles: they are just a guide for me.
The first line of the first scene if formatted with a “title” style, before the text body, and I wanted to use it as chapter title.
When I compile, I get the “Chapter 1” part as I configured.
But the title in the scene is ignored or, if I check the “title” in the “section layouts” it adds a “Scene 1” title but not the text title I want.
I’m probably doing something wrong or adding the title in the wrong way.
Can you please point me where should I add the title I want for the chapters (not in folder name, please) in a way it will be compiled in the right way (in the line below of the “Chapter 1” text)? Something like:
CHAPTER 1 My wonderful chapter name
Sorry if this is a simple question, but the only examples I find do not use parts or scenes and I’m trying to solve this for a few days.