giogio80 wrote:As usual Windows users come last ... never lose some money for the new MacOS release. Say Scrivener 3 is the first paid upgrade in 6 years ... To Windows users you should give it as you've treated them all this time. I was looking for Scrivener for Windows update mail to fix at least the problem with high resolution screens. You answered me to wait until March 2017. Now let's wait for the 2018 unlimited and pay as well. Too bad that there is no other software to replace, at least not now, but I'm sure I will not be a beta tester free of charge for those who want a pay-per-upgrade. Do not deserve it
L&L have always been up-front about the state of Scrivener on Windows, and the reasons why; that we only have to wait a few months for effectively five years of cross-platform catch-up is a big accomplishment. Giving us the opportunity to beta the Windows version in tandem with the Mac release seems like the best of all possible worlds -- more eyes on a project with very limited resources, plus compatibility with the OSX version for those who use both. It's a sensible decision, IMHO, and definitely not 'Windows users coming last'.