When you compile, check include text.
In order to use the folder for organization within the output file, it must have something added (even a single space that isn't visible). Otherwise, Scrivener "helpfully" eliminates it from the output even if the subtexts do have text, removing both the TOC item and the page break.
Hope that proves helpful to others :).
- Simon's Rock College of BardLiberal Arts, 1985 - 1987
- University of California, Santa CruzLiterature, Creative Writing, Anthropology, 1988 - 1990
A daughter of diplomats, my early years were filled with many cultures, both very much alive and long turned to dust, and people who both pondered the great thoughts and were grand pranksters. Whether from wild adventures into the desert to climb sand mountains, poking around little known archeological sites, or visiting bazaars and inner cities, I came out of that time with a love of culture and an all too sharp awareness of culture clash.
I now live in a Nevada desertscape with my husband, and a rotating collection of cats and sons. In a different time, you’d find me before a bonfire or with a mug of ale and a lute spinning tales for all who are in earshot. Now, though, you can read my explorations of loyalty, love, and conflict wherever you might be.
Please visit my website (http://margaretmcgaffeyfisk.com) to see what I'm up to or drop me a line through the contact form.
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