We're running a quick survey to find out how our customers are using Scrivener. This information will help us plan and prioritise new features, and to work out how to reach potential new users of Scrivener in the future. It should only take a few seconds to fill in, and we'll be very grateful to anyone taking part:
Yosemite is nearly upon us - the rumour is that Apple will release OS X 10.10 today, announcing it at their iPad event. Yosemite is a major upgrade to OS X, introducing a number of significant UI changes. (Sadly, it is not without its share of bugs at this stage.) Accordingly, we have just released Scrivener 2.6 for Mac, which adds support for Yosemite, fixing all known compatibility issues and updating several UI elements to better fit with the look of the new OS. We have also released Scapple 1.2 for Mac, which likewise addresses all known Yosemite compatibility issues.
On Twitter today, someone posted some mock-up screenshots of their ideas for improving Scrivener's interface:
Scrivener is now live on the Mac App Store! A big thank you to those who have been wanting to buy Scrivener from the App Store and who have waited eagerly to do so - we really appreciate it. And kudos to whoever the reviewer at Apple was, too, as he or she gave us feedback very quickly in areas we needed to fix, and I'm really happy to say that the Mac App Store version of Scrivener is identical to the version we sell directly - no features had to be stripped.