Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:50 pm Post
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kippras wrote:I'm new here and YES, I've been waiting for WinScri... well, since I heard about Scrivener to begin with. I would have probably bought a Mac at some point just to use it.
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 3:39 pm Post
olorinpc wrote:Either way, the point was we are increasing the user base of Scrivener - that is the exciting part regardless of what OS is being used
Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:50 pm Post
These are different arguments altogether.
1. There is no questions that netbooks are more portable, but they are also much more limited in capability. The OSX UI has some basic issues with the limitations most netbooks have with screen size. I think that the massive changes needed to the core of OSX UI and non-programatic services (think system prefs panels and the like) are the real problem in apples mind.
2. Yes. There are ways to do this, but they are not typical. The real question for me is "should I" be using an unsupported app? Typically that answer is no.
Thu Oct 07, 2010 11:28 pm Post
Vermonter17032 wrote:I don't know whether it is a positive or a negative for Windows that there are a few applications that were so good that people still want to use them years after they were been abandoned by their developers. On the one hand it shows that there was some terrific work years ago; on the other you have to wonder why newer applications don't fill the bill!
Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:44 am Post
Vermonter17032 wrote:2. I can still run an application that hasn't been developed in 15 years (EccoPro), on my PC.
Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:49 pm Post
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