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Thanks for the I've stopped putting off writing, I like working with Scrivener, and want to learn more about it. I think I'm only scratching the surface right now.

I've created a new project in iOS on my iPad -- how can I transfer it to Dropbox, so I can work on it from other computers?

I'm writing a non-fiction book with Scrivener, and it meets most of my needs. However, a BIG missing capability is the lack of an ability to build an index. Clearly Scrivener already has a db underlying it, and I know there is already a global search function - so I would think that the search function could be run "after" a compile to update page-number references in a "table" that keeps index info.

Does anybody know if index-building is on the roadmap for Scrivener?

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I'm sure there is someone out there that is reluctant to buy Scrivener. So, as an incentive to get you to try Scrivener. For the remainder of March, all of April, and part of May you can use Scrivener for free.

If you are currently using the regular trial version of Scrivener, stop using that trial version and switch to this special trial as it will give you more time to test the program.

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For template collectors:

Earlier today, +Laura Ess shared a link to an article by +Gwen Hernandez in which Gwen explains how she made a Scrivener Template for the Story Genius method by Lisa Cron.

If you are a person who carefully reads instructions after receiving a new product then read Gwen's article. If you prefer to dive in blindly and then experiment, here is the link to Gwen's template.

Does anyone know if the ability to use <$img:ImageName> was included in the recent Windows updated?
It doesn't show up in a search of the manual, but I'm wondering if there another way to do this in the windows version.

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Windows doesn't seem to highlight the selected "compile level" as shown in this tutorial for Mac. Is there a setting for this or is it just not a feature for Windows users?

I'm trying to change the font in multiple texts to the default font. (Using Scrivener for Windows

I've set the default font in the Options dialogue.

I can change the font of a single text by going Document > Convert > Formatting to Default Text Style but my Scrivener project is divided into multiple texts in multiple folders. If i select more than one text in the binder, then the "Formatting to Defautl Text Style" option is greyed out.

Am I doing something wrong, or is there another way to go about doing this?
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