Snowflake method template for Scrivener 2.x

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As promised, even if I’m late as hell with it. For those of you who were looking for the Snowflake scriv template, here it is. Same method applies to make a template; open the .scriv file, choose Save as Template… from the File menu and it should be available to use as a new template for your projects.

Do remember to customize your fonts and such before you save as template, cause those’ll follow and much simplify the creation of new projects.

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