I’ve experimented with this quite a bit and I can’t get around it.
I started work on a project I hadn’t worked on in a few months. The fonts in nearly all the scenes, both in the main text and research, were in Arial. My eyes in the meantime had gotten used to Georgia font. So I went back and switched every scene (a lot of scenes, it took me awhile) to Georgia font. It looked wonderful. My eyes were much happier.
Then I closed all of the scenes to clean up the display, and when I opened up a few scenes again they were all back in Arial font! It’s like the program got stuck on the Arial font because it’s what it originally was (very fond of Arial, alas!) and now I can’t get it permanently into Georgia font.
I’ve tried everything I can think of: changed the font to Georgia, then saved it with control S, closed the scene, then opened it back up again hoping it wasn’t still in Arial. But it was. I tried doing it in both page view and simple view, but it still doesn’t make it permanent.
Urgh. What to do?!
I don’t think the program was always this way. I remember being able to change the font and closing scenes and having it become permanent. But I could be wrong.
If you can fix this, it would be wonderful. (Assuming I haven’t gone crazy and there really is something to fix!).