One of the fun things about learning a new piece of software is that you can completely screw yourself if you do things wrong and not learn about it until it is deeply obnoxious to fix what you did.
I have committed myself to writing Searching for Malumba and Starlight in Scrivener, and I intend to keep to that.
Searching for Malumba has, at present, about 140 individual essays.
I have just discovered that each of those essays, which are technically each chapters, needs to be in its own folder in order to compile properly. And I keep accidentally clicking the wrong things while trying to create those folders.
You may fire when ready.