For looking at different sections of a scene at same time. Useful when you want to move paragraphs around or check scene's development without having to scroll and search whole page.
Under consideration User Interface Suggested by: Galadriel Mitchelmore • Upvoted: 19 Mar • Comments: 9
Also useful for looking at a plot diagram in one scene and writing out either the actual scene or summaries (for planners).
Also useful for when you forget a characters name of physical attributes - leave scene, scroll down to notes, find that character, scroll up to scene, find where you were, try to remember what you just looked up (its' a process)
What I want is mostly to be able to see more of my scene cards while writing (can currently only see 2.5 on the right sidebar, but I have a lot of columns in the plot grid, and seeing cards while writing is maybe the main thing I look for in writing software). Split screen could work for this, especially if there was also the ability to decrease card size so users can see more columns at once in the plot grid
Upvoting this because I always find myself wishing for this when editing comes around!
I found this feature to be the most useful during revisions and rewrites of chapters in Scrivner!
Please allow not just for looking at 2 SCENES simultaneously but also looking at NOTES, CHARACTER PROFILES, PLOTS simultaneously with SCENES and CHAPTERS. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
I open Dabble in two browsers side-by-side to look at different sections.
But a two page view would be nice (as the multi-page view is in MS Word).
Vertical split screen for checking text in different chapters side by side. This is far easier for comparing verbiage than is a horizontal split screen. Until Dabble has a vertical split screen for comparing and moving text among chapters and scenes, I cannot leave Scrivener.
Would LOVE to see Dabble's take on Scrivener's split-screen mode that lets you have multiple items up (not JUST sidebars, full windows) like for the scene/Plot Grid to be full windows side by side, or maybe two scenes side by side (where you foreshadow in 1 and reference the item/act/event later in another scene)—even your research binder at the bottom. This is soooo necessary, I use a widescreen monitor for this very reason and this is a killer necessary feature.