I’ve been using Scriverner since about a year ago. I loved/love everything of what it does have. But there’s something I feel it’s lacking. I’m sorry if this is a feature it already has (and I don’t know if the Mac version has this - I know you said not to mention that you should bring a Mac feature to this, because you know very well what the Windows version doesn’t have and that you intend to bring the features in, but I have no idea what the difference is between the two, so…), but I read through the tutorial multiple times. And I also used “Search” for “wrap to page” and “making pages” but found nothing except formatting the doc into .odt, .docx, etc. I also searched on Google multiple times and nothing came up.
I’d love to use Scriverner more, but I can’t really use it as a writing place, exactly, In Scrivener, when you write, it just goes on and on and there’s no breaks, because there’s no pages. LibreOffice, Word, OpenOffice, the word processors have pages, and I really love it like that because it feels a little more like a story/book that I’m doing, and it’s not just one huuuuuuge long stream of text with 300+ paragraphs. It just helps for it to be cut up into pages. It also lets me know how many pages I have, and how well I’m doing with distancing certain events from each other. Usually when people criticize how there’s “too much going on too soon”, they don’t say “So how many words were there before this event happened? 5,000 words?”, they say, “How many pages before this event came up? 5? It’s just too close and it doesn’t give the reader time to breathe.”. It really helps to think in pages. Even if the font is big, and you know from that, that the page is “short” because there’s not many words on it, there’s something psychological about the fact that it’s still a page. Because Scrivener doesn’t have pages, however, I just end up using it for story notes and nothing else.
I mean, I guess I could use it for writing a story, too, and maybe I’m just being really picky. I know many others use it for writing, so I could be alone in this, but, just to put the idea out there. If Scrivener had the ability to create pages I would love it to death and beyond and I wouldn’t need to use any other word processor (as I’m currently using LibreOffice).
Thank you for your time and consideration!