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Using Regular Expressions in Scrivener

Using Regular Expressions in Scrivener

RegEx can be VERY useful for finding typos such as doubled words, spaces where they shouldn't be, etc. in Scrivener. Be sure to look at the Doubled Words note first, if you don't know how to use RegEx search in Scrivener. At the link, I point you to several useful search strings. Using Regular Expressions in Scrivener  
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Missy’s Operation Lily Pad (Missy the Werecat #6)

Missy's Operation Lily Pad by P.G. Allison My rating: 2 of 5 stars The story isn't great, and the prose is terrible.The grammar is atrocious yet SO consistent, I wonder if the writer speaks a bona fide alien language. The list of errors and distractions is too long to mention all of them. There's always a comma after "and", "then", "so", and "but". Nearly all those commas are wrong, thousands of them. (It's correct only when followed by a parenthetical expression.) Many sentences, almost half, begin with one of those words. That's supposed to happen in order to connect a sentence to the one before it, but the writer often does it for no reason. "And, question marks when it's…
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Kindle App error: mobi already exists

Kindle App error: mobi already exists

If you want to see what your Scrivener-compiled mobi looks like, I recommend using the Kindle app. Don't go to the bother of putting the mobi on a Kindle UNTIL it looks good on your desktop. But there's a problem. If you try it a second time, Kindle says no, there's already a mobi by that name. Check the link for a simple solution (Mac): Curing the "mobi already exists" problem
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