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    Ed Fasano

    16 June 2020 at 01:15

    Thank you, just what I need to keep track of my novel’s scenes. Wish I had this before I started but will make good use of it in the revision stage.

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    Val Clark

    1 January 2020 at 04:07

    Very clearly presented! Thanks, Anne

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    Robert Romberger

    6 December 2019 at 03:22

    Yep, PC. The beta is getting closer to the feature parity, but there are still lots of little things to work out.

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    Linda McCallister

    8 November 2019 at 13:25

    Can any of this be done on Scrivener 2?

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    Bettye Griffin

    4 November 2019 at 08:23

    This looks very nice…except when I do it in Scrivener 3 no calendar icon appears, and I am left with a blank column that cannot be filled in and is therefore useless. Any hints for me?

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      Robert Romberger

      30 November 2019 at 05:31

      If you are using the Windows beta, you can only change the date data in the outliner mode – the inspector pane method does not work. Additionally, the calendar icon is not available in either view mode as it is in Mac Scrivener. Those and other bugs have been reported in the Windows beta testing forum concerning the metadata date functions (sorting in the outliner mode is still a work-in-progress, for instance).

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          Robert Romberger

          1 December 2019 at 19:13

          So, I found that you CAN edit and delete the data in a date metadata field in the inspector pane. Right-click in the lower right corner of the box which will bring up a small dialog with edit and clear selections. Definitely a work in progress, but getting closer.

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