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It sounds pathetic, but I'm still snowed under with bugs, forum posts and emails. Again, I reiterate my apologies if you've sent or posted something that I have not responded to. I will get to it, I just can't say when yet.
Tue Nov 02, 2010 11:23 am Post
LAP wrote:Oh what good hands I'm in. This community of writers rocks!
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Tue Nov 02, 2010 2:57 pm Post
norm311 wrote:I have tried almost all the other writing software for Windows. The last one was so difficult to learn that learning the software became the purpose for being, not the writing. I did finish a novel but it was too much work.
I have known about Scrivener for years so I am glad for all the work you have done and are doing. Like one said above take your time, do it right and do it well.
I am a lucky one, as the beta is working better than expected for me, mostly text editor quirks. I can live with them while you build the future end product. I have resumed writing after a long slump of nothing. I love the way Scrivener works. It's so easy to get up and get going. I have had more than one project open at a time each in their own window and able to work between them without a problem. This is a great ability as I often flit back and forth between projects.
Great work and great software; thanks Lee and of course Keith and the other Scrivener team members. Thank you all so much. Love it.
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