Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:47 am Post
Fri Dec 06, 2019 4:55 pm Post
pigfender wrote:Are there any parts of the process you’d especially like to see?
pigfender wrote:Are there any questions you’d like answered?
Sat Dec 07, 2019 2:41 am Post
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:40 pm Post
Jaysen wrote:I'd like to see the liquor selection process... what factors are evaluated? what criteria are used for brand selection
Jaysen wrote:how do we get more vic-k channeled into the overall process?
Jaysen wrote:Seriously, you do such a great job with this, I almost don't want to see how you do it. I feel like it's seeing how the sausage is made..
gr wrote:There is all kinds of admirable cleverness in the Scriv project set up and compile that I note but have not really interrogated. For someone like me who is already wound up in it, I guess that would be the most revealing part — how that project gets used in the course or the process and some of the clever high points of how it is set up to facilitate that.
Mon Dec 09, 2019 7:22 pm Post
pigfender wrote:time between refills (5%).
pigfender wrote:Jaysen wrote:Seriously, you do such a great job with this, I almost don't want to see how you do it. I feel like it's seeing how the sausage is made..
I love sausages. So much so that Mrs PF once arranged for me to visit a butcher's shop to learn to make them. I still love sausages because it's only the sausages that you already know are nasty that you don't want to see made. Good sausages are made of good ingredients and watching the butcher make them (and maybe having a go yourself) only makes you enjoy them all the more.
gr wrote:The stuff you have posted on your site about plotting taught me a great deal about how you think about genre and use scapple while plotting out an idea.
Tue Dec 10, 2019 2:02 am Post
Jaysen wrote:Having typed that... it feel appropriately dirty.
Jaysen wrote:I'm a bit frightened of this point from grrrrrrr
Tue Dec 10, 2019 2:27 pm Post
gr wrote:Jaysen wrote:Having typed that... it feel appropriately dirty.
I feel I should point out at this juncture that Jaysen just referred to itself by the non-human pronoun ‘it’.*Jaysen wrote:I'm a bit frightened of this point from grrrrrrr
I will be using this quote as my lead-in for all future forum posts.
* To think that I have been mispersoning/misphyluming Jaysen all this time by using person pronouns.
Wed Dec 11, 2019 3:32 pm Post
Camy wrote:My problem is--grizzle grizzle--a bleedin' expensive now obsolete Mac that won't run Scrivener 3, ergo I can't open your project files and extract their undoubted wisdom. Poot.
Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:40 am Post
pigfender wrote:Camy wrote:My problem is--grizzle grizzle--a bleedin' expensive now obsolete Mac that won't run Scrivener 3, ergo I can't open your project files and extract their undoubted wisdom. Poot.
Hmmm - sorry about that. I'll get a v2 compliant version of the last two made NiaD project files and upload them.
Sat Dec 14, 2019 2:00 pm Post
Sat Dec 14, 2019 2:23 pm Post
pigfender wrote:The Mac v2 / Win v1 compatible project files have now been uploaded to the relevant book pages!
Sun Mar 29, 2020 12:10 pm Post
I’m a newbie and there were errors which I was unable to correct in my first post
I hope that this reply comes up underneath my first post.
These are the main corrections.
‘ smoke and mirrors’
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