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Scrivener is now also available for iOS (the $19.99 app which is compatible with both Mac and Win desktop applications and allows you to sync the files over Dropbox), the features are subset, but still very useful.
If you're on a Mac, you can't use yWriter. :) Beyond that, from the screenshots it looks like yWriter only allows you to break into chapters, while Scrivener lets you have files in folders with no restraints on organization, as deep as you like, plus photos and audio files. Scrivener has many tools, like Word Count Goals, frequency analysis, a name ...
Because I can't ask questions (system won't let me), I'm going to assume you mean that within Scrivener, there is the insertion point line that blinks. When you say it is huge, the first possibility is that your zoom level is too high. In the bottom left-hand corner of the text block, you should see a percentage. Try reducing that to see if that solves the ...
For simple epub docs, I use Calibre to generate the TOC for me. It doesn't matter whether or not you have Scrivener generate the TOC. I end up deleting it anyway. In Calibre, if you go to the 'Edit Book' function in the main toolbar, you can select 'Edit table of contents' in the following toolbar. From there, I select 'Generate TOC from major headings' and ...
Right click on Windows, or two fingered click on a Mac. From there, select Move to Trash. It'll then stay in that document's specific trash folder. You can retrieve scenes out of the document's specific trash until you empty the trash. Some writers will only empty the trash at the end of a writing project.
Start >>Control Panel Accessibility Options >> Display (tab). Under "Cursor Options", move the "Width" slider all the way to the left (narrow) and click APPLY. For further information, you may refer to the following article: Accessibility in Windows XP
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