I need toYup, it’s Scrivener alright; I’d be lost without it. Been using it for about eight years now.
I need to
bleed you drypick your brains sometime about Scrivener, @Phyrebrat. I’ve just moved over to a MacBook from a Windows laptop, and I’m planning to get Scrivener for Mac at some stage. I used it a fair bit on the old laptop, but I gather it’s a whole different animal on a Mac. Not yet, because I need to save up for it, or do NANOWRIMO again to get it half price (if they’re still running that offer), so you’ve a bit of breathing space to set up a new identity and find a safe house Just warning you that I’ll be after you for advice at some point...
Then I probably shouldn't tell you that I'm 37,779 words into the sequel to Knife Edge, which I began writing at the end of May, only I don't have the fancy charts and graphics that @Phyrebrat uses, since I'm still struggling to get to grips with Scrivener!It scares me so much!
Just that screenshot is useful to see how you utilise Scrivener.
don't have the fancy charts and graphics that @Phyrebrat uses, since I'm still struggling to get to grips with Scrivener!
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