Understanding the Types of Corkboards
Scrivener has three types of Corkboards: linear, freeform, and stacked. The Linear Corkboard is the standard one that appears when you choose Corkboard view. The Freeform Corkboard lets you play with the order of your cards without affecting their order in the Binder until you’re ready. Stacked Corkboards allow you to view multiple containers in Corkboard view side by side.
The Linear Corkboard is aptly named because it allows you to display cards only in neat rows or lines. Index cards appear in hierarchical order in the way they appear in the Binder. If you move cards around in this mode, you affect their order in the Binder hierarchy.
The default background for the Linear Corkboard is the cork texture. Find out how to change the background in the “Modifying the Corkboard Preferences” section, later in this chapter.
Moving a card in the Linear Corkboard is as simple as dragging it from one location to another. The vertical ...