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Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2020 4:23 pm
by JimRac
Hello,

I don't have Caroline's template anymore, but at some point I must have loaded and then discarded it, because I do have a backup of a project created from the template, which I've attached. (Yes, I keep project backups forever. :mrgreen: )

Inside the project, Caroline writes, "Please feel free to share it, but if you do please link back to my website (http://www.carolinenorrington.com). I will notify of any updates via the blog on that website."

Based on her permission, I am sharing it here, but be aware that her website no longer works, so you're on your own for support. This backup is from 2014, and when you open it, Scrivener will likely want to upgrade the project.

While I didn't find the template useful for my writing process, Caroline obviously put a *ton* of effort into it, so hopefully it helps someone.

Best,
JIm

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:53 pm
by scshrugged
JimRac wrote:Hello,

I don't have Caroline's template anymore, but at some point I must have loaded and then discarded it, because I do have a backup of a project created from the template, which I've attached. (Yes, I keep project backups forever. :mrgreen: )

Inside the project, Caroline writes, "Please feel free to share it, but if you do please link back to my website (http://www.carolinenorrington.com). I will notify of any updates via the blog on that website."

Based on her permission, I am sharing it here, but be aware that her website no longer works, so you're on your own for support. This backup is from 2014, and when you open it, Scrivener will likely want to upgrade the project.

While I didn't find the template useful for my writing process, Caroline obviously put a *ton* of effort into it, so hopefully it helps someone.

Best,
JIm

Ditto to what Jim has said. Thank you, Caroline.

I had saved the template:
Caro's Novel Outliner v2.scrivtemplate.zip
(824.03 KiB) Downloaded 166 times

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Wed May 27, 2020 9:12 pm
by longdec2
Thanks so much for posting this. And thank you Caroline for creating it.

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:16 pm
by rinbank
Peaceblossom wrote:Looks like I came several years too late :/ outline is not to be found anywhere, shame, I heard it was the best out there

Anyone able to re-host this in 2020?

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Sat Jun 20, 2020 10:35 pm
by JimRac
It's hosted in this thread, two posts above yours.

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Sun Jun 21, 2020 8:40 pm
by rinbank
JimRac wrote:It's hosted in this thread, two posts above yours.

That'll teach me to look for page 2 of the forum. Thanks.

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2020 2:44 pm
by Camy
Fantastic template!
Thank you Caroline, and thanks to whoever has kept it available.

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Mon Sep 07, 2020 10:49 pm
by StormyCrow
I've downloaded it but I can't figure out how to import this. Any clues from those more experienced? I'm a newb to Scrivener, but a former professional writer/screenwriter.

Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2020 3:57 am
by AussieDoc
I've downloaded it but I can't figure out how to import this.

Note where you have unzipped the template to.

Open Scrivener and select 'New Project'.

When it opens your 'Project Templates' box, select 'Options' (bottom left) and 'Import Templates'.

Navigate to wherever you unzipped the template to and load it from that location.

It should now appear as a new template on offer.

My info is based on the latest beta for Windows but the basics should be similar.

Hope it helps.

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Re: Novel Outlining Template

Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2020 10:19 pm
by marianapq
Could you get to solve something?