Just introduce a couple of circular dependencies in the next version, it'll keep them busy long enough that they won't notice anything else.LAP wrote:Oh, there's one other thing. If I went and used a Microsoft DLL for Scrivener's core text engine, I'd need a volunteer sacrifice to go and tell those tech-crazed Linux zealots, who happen to use Scrivener for Linux natively, that someone just stepped on and crushed their toy - any volunteers?
(I'm nice! No really! )
I discovered Scrivener about four days ago (at 2am, when I suddenly decided that doing NaNo was a GREAT idea: a thought I recanted the next morning when I remembered how much work I have to do this month) and am already using it for both papers and tutorials - no fiction yet, it makes me feel guilty for never researching my fiction - and I have to say I love it. After pasting a few paragraphs of German reference text the whole marking random bits of words as misspelled (even when it's actually the whole word that's wrong, y'see, or in the case of German the whole ten-word portmanteau) got too much to bear... and I come here and see it's already fixed! What more could a girl ask for? Thankyou.