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krastev wrote:There are enough tools out there similar to Scrivener, that export to all kind different formats. Why would I want to buy two tools instead of one? Learn how to use two applications instead of one. Complicate my workflow by using two apps instead of one? Why? If I want to change something in the Scrivener project, I would need to redo the formatting in the second tool. Why would I want that? I makes no sense at all.
I would like Scrivener to go back to its root, and be the best software for fiction writing and stop pretending and trying to be what it is not -- screenwriting, science paper, or multimedia organization tool. Focus on novel writing, give us tools for collaboration, revision, etc.
Sun Dec 01, 2019 5:55 pm Post
theswede wrote:I'm very much in the same boat as above, with exactly two export needs; simplest possible Word (usually RTF) file, or a markdown export. All my actual formatting is done much later in the chain, and I have no use at all for Scrivener's formatting options.
Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:39 pm Post
DavidR wrote:Would Scrivener become a more nimbly and frequently updatable program if the compile-to-epub function were spun off into an entirely separate piece of software? Let Scrivener exist as the great tool for writers that it is. Let it export to a separate L&L program that formats the writing for electronic publication.
I'd love to hear what those who have experience using Scrivener for epub think about this.
Mon Dec 02, 2019 5:24 pm Post
krastev wrote:I would like Scrivener to go back to its root, and be the best software for fiction writing and stop pretending and trying to be what it is not -- screenwriting, science paper, or multimedia organization tool. Focus on novel writing, give us tools for collaboration, revision, etc.
Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:45 pm Post
kewms wrote:Then don't use them. But understand that every single formatting option in Scrivener exists because a large enough number of users requested it.
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