Sun Dec 06, 2015 5:53 am Post
Sun Dec 06, 2015 9:43 am Post
KB wrote:Flur wrote:Also, I didn't "accuse" you of mentally rebelling against the iPad, I suggested you might be and then acknowledged that it was something I'd done in the past. Sorry if it offends you that I'm acknowledging that people rebel against change, but the truth is that we all do it, it's human nature. We all sometimes just don't like things, which I've already acknowledged. No need to get worked up about it.
I'm not saying I don't rebel against change - ask my wife, who constantly despairs over my dislike of anything remotely resembling change ("Wait, you want us to have a different meal on Wednesdays?"). It's just that the iPad isn't for me. I love my iPhone and will use Scrivener for iOS on it all the time. I'm also vaguely thinking about only taking my iPad Pro with me when I go on holiday in February, to see how well the iOS version stands up without the desktop version nearby over a few days, but that will mainly be an experiment for the sake of users (and assuming I've made enough progress to do so by then - I very much hope so).So, the top reason I like Scriv for drafting is the ability to rearrange the order of scenes. That's exclusive to Scrivener, correct?
I think there are other apps that do that these days, but they either don't allow you to view them either in isolation or as a whole (it's either one or the other), or they don't support any structural features.
Sun Dec 06, 2015 8:17 pm Post
TAFenmore wrote:As long as I can see the binder contents so I know which file is which and it synchs reliably, I'd buy it regardless of cost. Everything else can be added via updates as Keith's team is good and ready.
The app could be called "Bridge to Scrivener" as opposed to "Scrivener Lite". When "Scrivener Lite" is ready to be launched, those owning "Bridge to Scrivener" can upgrade and pay the difference. Example: If 'Bridge' costs $15 and 'Lite' costs $30, then 'Bridge' users pay another $15 for the 'Lite'.
As a windows user, I know Keith's team does an excellent job of giving us updates regularly so I know it will be the same for iOS.
Please don't anyone use my post for hurling insults at Keith & his team.
P.S. - Or just call it "The Bridge" so no one is confused with it being 'the real Scrivener'.
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wingwizard wrote:I noted in the apple store, that typing in pages using the official external keyboard, meant there was no auto capitalisation and apostrophising etc.
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Tue Dec 22, 2015 5:17 pm Post
Tweedwave wrote:Thanks for the tip
I'm taking that 4.99 plunge
PRAYING for iOS version and getting an iPad Pro (instead of new reading glasses
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