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Scrivener 3 is on the way…

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Posted by critStock
Sep 24, 2017 at 08:55 PM

 

Hugh, I think you have this all exactly right. As a Windows-only user, I remember waiting years for WinScriv, and I am extremely grateful for it! Almost none of the other wonderful-sounding Mac tools lauded by folks on this forum have even *considered* porting to Windows. So, again, I am extremely grateful to the L&L team. For this alone they should be cut a *lot* of slack by Win users. I have total respect, too, for the fact that they have put their loyal Mac user base first even as they have rolled out the Win version. And I am incredibly excited for the coming v3 for Windows!

Cheers,
David

Hugh wrote:

>I think it’s true to say that most of the reasonably well-known
>author-users of Scrivener on the Mac came to it and first successfully
>used it for (published) books when it was significantly less capable
>than Scrivener for Windows is now.
> >The problem for Scrivener’s Windows development is that it started at
>least five years after Keith Blount had started work on the Mac version,
>and by and large despite considerable efforts by the (two-man) Windows
>team, the Mac version remains more advanced.

>Now, I believe the circumstances have changed. Keith has written several
>times that Scrivener for Windows is skipping its Version 2 and is aiming
>for a Version 3 launch which will have “feature-parity” with Scrivener
>for the Mac at some point during 2018.