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Notebooks as a Ulysses replacement

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Posted by Dellu
Aug 21, 2017 at 10:06 AM

 

Hugh wrote:
>There seem to me to be at least two such characteristics. They are: its
>facility to allow “chunks” of text to be quickly and easily re-arranged
>within the whole, and its feature enabling relatively straightforward
>export or “compilation” of the text in a wide variety of styles and
>formats. Those two features make it particularly attractive if you’re
>engaged in writing medium- or long-form work (and these plainly provide
>reasons for novelist David Hewson’s fondness for it).  And it has other
>features which also support this type of writing.
>

That is true. Ulysses is best compared with writing (word processing) applications like Scrivener while Notebooks more comparable to noting applications like nvALT, and Tinderbox. If you want to get a finished product, Notebooks might not be the right one.