Lol well thanks for the support. Don't go out of your way JUST to get my app
I'll be happy if I sell 5 copies. I wrote the app because I wanted something and I wanted it to do what I wanted it to do. The fact that there is support for it here is much appreciated; it has egged me on when things got frustrating, and learning to code on the iPhone had its frustrating bits. It's been a very long journey mostly because this was and still is a part/time project. I have a real job.
To answer your question. I've made some templates but they aren't for integrating Auteureist to Scrivener. I wanted to make sure the integration worked "out of the box". Auteureist can export in multi-markdown mode, which can be used by Scrivener for imports. That works nicely and is somewhat a standard. Auteureist has more than "Scribbler" promised. There is also a plain text export (for importing into other apps), support for copy/paste between apps (email, notes, etc), and currently support for wireless imports INTO Auteureist with an add-on app that runs on the desktop. So I pretty much give you everything but wireless exports (which will be there in the next major release.) So although "Scribbler" started out being Scrivener specific, if you go through the new website you'll see that the app will support Scrivener and some other well known writing applications on the Mac.
Auteureist has a lot of things which I was working on, but not disclosing on here or on the preview site. Some nice surprises, I think. The full
Auteureist™ manual/documentation set is available on the new site under "Documentation". I suggest if you're interested in the app, go through the docs and the app's capabilities. Not only will you get a feel for what it can do, but you will see the limitations and requirements I spell out. And of course, you'll be more familiar with how to use the app when it does come out.
I'm also having a contest. So if you're a writer and interested in Auteureist, check out the Contest section of the site.
The site also has its own set of forums for discussions, and a way to submit feature requests, a dedicated Twitter account feed. There is a development blog I'm updating USING
Auteureist™ itself! (One of the surprises.)
I'm trying to make Auteureist a writing site in addition to having it be the home site for the app.
I'll be gradually phasing out of the Scrivener forums, and phasing into the Auteureist™ ones.
Again, thank you for buying the iPhone
I and Apple appreciate it. Thank you (all) for your support on here, Twitter, and via emails. I hope you won't be disappointed.