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SkyPilot wrote:While the Mac version is newer than the current Windows non-beta version, that also means that the Windows 3.0 version is likely to have at least a few features that are yet newer and more advanced than the Mac 3.0 version. They are likely to not be identical, but will surely merge to be closer to identical, as time goes on, and as OSs allow.
SkyPilot wrote:Right now, the Windows beta version, as an example, has a better option for control of the colors of the user interface (for one), and that was very important to me...to have a darkened mode for eye ease, as well as more contrast when writing. Cataract surgeries have left me with a lessened ability to see (...sorry...no more flying, I'm afraid). There does appear to be an ability to bring in some appearance themes to the Mac, but it's an import process that I don't care to pursue. WIth the Windows version, setting the UI appearance was seamless.
SkyPilot wrote:There are probably other little niggles of differences that may appeal to you, one direction or another. A comparison between the two builds will aid your decision. Either way, you've stumbled across an amazing piece of software that is (don't tell L&L) extremely affordable.
SkyPilot wrote:(EDIT) There's also a list of differences between the two versions here viewtopic.php?f=30&t=16056 that might be useful.
Hope that helps, and enjoy your time with Scrivener.
Mon Jan 20, 2020 12:48 pm Post
On the other hand, bear in mind that was first posted in 2011 and MM's further comments date to 2014. The differences given are between a fairly early version of Mac v.2 and Windows v. 1.0. It' may not all be relevant to the v. 3s on each platform.
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