Scrivener tip: editing auto-complete character list in scriptwriting mode

In scriptwriting mode, Scrivener automatically adds character names to the auto-complete list as you write. While this is for the most part convenient, it can be a pain if you decide to change a character’s name, or accidentally type something formatted as Character & Dialogue instead of, for example, Technical Directions, as this will still … Continue reading Scrivener tip: editing auto-complete character list in scriptwriting mode

Scrivener tip – adding annotations in plain text files

If you use the sync with external folder feature to edit your Scriv project as plain text files in another editor – in my case iA Writer on the iPad – and want to add annotations, simply enclose the text you wish to annotate in double brackets, thus: ((annotation example here)) When next opening the … Continue reading Scrivener tip – adding annotations in plain text files