Tue Jan 05, 2016 8:30 am Post
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Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:15 pm Post
malkazoid wrote:Hi folks,
I saw an area for the Scrivener wishlist, but none for Scapple - sorry if I missed it. So posting here.
First off - Scapple is great. Here are some suggestions that could increase its productivity a lot.
...aimed at making alignment easier and faster. This is the only aspect of the software I find myself cursing softly.
So for instance, my weapon of choice to tackle this would be to be able to switch on a grid, the visibility of which could be toggled on and off (on for adjusting the size to what you want, then switch off for uncluttered workspace). If I could only choose a grid of say, size 5 pixels, and all nodes try to snap to that when created or moved, there would be no more need to do the repetitive selectnodes + rightclick + align + align left. You could then have a hot key that when held down, overrides the grid and allows one to move the node freely if that is sometimes needed.
2) Drag direction locking, a la photoshop.
The idea being to hold down a key or key combo that causes moving a node to be constrained to horizontal motion, or vertical motion. Super handy, and super missed at the moment.
Thanks for your hard work - I really hope you stick with Scapple and keep it growing. It is off to a great start!
Wed May 25, 2016 2:40 pm Post
Spitfire31 wrote:Trying to get my 'cards' to line up neatly is a frustrating exercise.
Please consider implementing a flexible grid feature!
Sun May 14, 2017 7:02 pm Post
Fri Jun 02, 2017 12:35 am Post
pekka wrote:My greatest wish for Scapple would be REAL Scrivener integration. Meaning, you can open a Scrivener document in Scapple, choose a folder, and see all that folder's documents as notes. You can move those around as you please - and if you hit "save", the position of each element is saved in the Scrivener document.
Basically a supercharged freeform corkboard. Would allow for organizing complex series of documents (like a big list of individual scenes in a long, long story) in a more visual, brainstormy way than Scrivener currently allows.
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