A long, long time ago (in writing terms) I modified an existing Scrivener template to the 4-part (three act) story structure I use and left it sit here for free.
It’s still free. (And sometime in the next whenever I’ll post the mini-movie structure and associated template.)
That page [you can find it here] is a popular visit. Thanks for stopping by and I hope it helps you even a little bit.
The thing is, two or three times a week the “right click this link and save the file in a location” is “left clicked” and the visitor (it might have been you!) gets an xml page on their screen that looks something like:
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”no”?> <ScrivenerTemplate Version=”1.0″> <Title>Novel(with4Parts)v2.1</Title> <Description>Provides compile settings for creating a 4-part novel Character and location sketch sheets are also included. This template is designed for novels that are broken into parts as well as chapters. A list of questions that should be answered before writing is also included.</Description> <Category>Fiction</Category> <ImageName>TemplateGenericText</ImageName> <ProjectZipData>504b03040a0000000000d5b01b490000000000000000000000000f yada yada yada.
Don’t be that person. It’ll frustrate you and the file won’t do what you want it to do.
Right click, my friends. Right click.