Things I adore:
- I can cut up the book without hurting it into chapters, scenes or even paragraphs if I want.
- Simple rearranging of documents.
- Auto chapter names when properly configured. If I want to rename something I can rename the folder and forget it.
- It works my way. I can jump around, stay linear, jot notes, whatever I want.
- Its so tiny! it easily fit on my new windows 10 tablet and doesn't lag. The save files are small too.
- Touch screen compatible, mostly, I can drag the file around when I want, but multiple files don't support the drag
- research material can be right in the program
- Split screen rules!
- Note taking for detail remembering can be on screen while the current scene can be on the bigger one
- Easy template creation. Make it once and use it forever!
- Simple duplication for multiple templates or files
- Table creation. Those character and scene templates can live side by side for quick and easy reference
- Fully customizable interface. I have everything the right size for all my computers
- Simple compile and exporting in multiple formats
- Image supporting
Things I don't like but can live with:
- No auto highlight. I made a thread about this. It would be nice if I could highlight words a certain color all at once instead of having to use a macro to do it
- files 100-250 split very slow, I can actually browse a webpage in the last 50 ctrl+k on another screen before it finally splits and I can edit the file name
- Cannot change the table cell width. Would be nice to resize the column width so that I can have more space. Example, instead of 50/50% I would like a 40/60%
- Doesn't dock with the windows 10 onscreen keyboard. I have to use a floating keyboard with it and when I get near the end move it up.
- Easy to mess up the binder order with no undo. Sometimes I accidentally child things if I don't watch it. So far I've been able to restore it manually but one day I might not catch it until its too late
- Easy binder numbering. Example, allow for title# on selections
- Everything in the dont like but can live with list fixed
- Cursor memory