Does anyone know how we can change this?
I love Pocket too!
I know that there are plans to make an announcement regarding a major (as in costs money) upgrade to the desktop versions of Scrivener but how long it will be before this is announced, I do not know.)
My primary desktop digital library does automatic footnotes (but not in their mobile app), I would use a desktop citation app for Kindle books or other books. But I currently can't easily get properly formatted citations quickly when writing on iOS.
1) The use of colors is quite problematic due to the black background. A few colors on black show up fine, but many others don't show at all.
2) I don't know how I eventually did it, but it literally required months to replace it with the default, or any others.
3) Perhaps it has been fixed, but I've not seen any fix.
I'm a QA tester for a software company and sometimes I get a list of bugs or features to test in a document. I ended up splitting each issue, creating the status options I needed and using the cork-board with stamps to mark things off. I had to copy info to the synopsis because I could usually get the entire description to be visible in the card. If I just let Scrivener grab it from the document it cuts off part of the info.
This would save me some time in the future.
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