Sat Jan 23, 2016 5:03 am Post
Sun Jan 24, 2016 1:14 am Post
stefanlear wrote:My only question is this: if I compose a whole lot (WHOLE LOT) of things using Scrivener for iPad, is that going to be able to be synced with Scrivener once I return from Grizzly Adams' habitat? It's going to be six months of writing (at about 500+ words a day) to sync when I return to civilization. This is an absolute must.
Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:36 am Post
ChrisRosser wrote:Anyway, like many, I've got a lot of hope for the iOS version of Scrivner, because after an impulse purchase of an iPad mini iOS has become my computing platform of choice away from my house (and often in it) because my computer is a fixed desktop. As good as OS X is, Apple hasn't created a device running it that gives me the ability to work while standing in a crowded train to/from work or on a desk with a keyboard and everything in between. I don't want another mac laptop - been there, done that; paying north of $2000AUD for a disposable, single-port rMacbook with a glued enclosure and soldered internals as a secondary device has zero appeal when I got my iPad for less than a quarter of that price. Given that I used to use a Palm pilot with a folding keyboard; the 8inch mini with its retina display is a luxury portable typewriter!
Accordingly, mobile-first has become more important to me. If Scrivener for iOS can preserve my project's structure between transfers, let me do light restructing and draft in full screen mode then I will be happy indeed. But I'm not going to sabre-rattle and threaten to take my business elsewhere. I've been a happy customer since 2007 and since then every release you've shipped for OS X has been outstanding.
Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:19 am Post
Vern Stevens wrote:I noticed an IOS app called Scrivo Pro. It claims to be able to open, edit and sync with Scrivener files. I am assuming you guys have nothing to do with this app?
Rusty75 wrote:Silverdragon wrote:stuartg wrote:A word of caution for anyone considering using Scrivo. I've paid for several versions of Textilus to use with Scrivener. I've now given up on this app and developer in frustration. The app has been 'reinvented' a couple of times and always fallen short of expectations for me. It never quite lives up to its billing.
Maybe they'll get things right with Scrivo? I'm not holding my breath.
Let me add my voice to this chorus. Now that it has become clear that the folks doing Scrivo and the folks doing Textilus are the same folks despite different company names , I have zero confidence in their ability to get this right. This is why I am using plain text tools on my iPad until iScrivener arrives.
I always had bad luck with Textilus too. PlainText is the one I favored for syncs.
Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:54 pm Post
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Wed Feb 10, 2016 3:03 pm Post
jfthornton wrote:So I loved Scrivener. It was a revelation all those years ago when I first discovered it. Now I've grown up and have a family, I'm no longer able to sit in front of the computer. I can grab some time with the iPad and take it with me to write silly stories. Alas, Scrivener, you've kept me waiting too long and I've bought Ulysses. It works brilliantly. It's pretty much what I was waiting for. I still care about Scrivener enough to write on this forum and wish I had it on my iPad but there it is. We've grown apart.
Wed Feb 10, 2016 4:35 pm Post
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