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Posted by GeorgeB
Mar 25, 2009 at 12:11 AM

 

DaXiong:
I agree. These fellows are tops and they know their stuff. gB

 


Posted by Michal
Jun 14, 2009 at 07:06 PM

 

DaXiong wrote:

>I prefer single pane outliners, but Scrivener’s “cork board” and outline
>node synopsis is amazing. Are there any window outliners with this synopsis feature?
>

No Scrivener for Windows, I’m afraid.
However, if you fancy a corkboard, here are three “virtual corkboard” suggestions:

1. SuperNoteCard, already mentioned in this thread
2. NoteZilla - Has a Notes Browser with memoboards and sub-memoboards, and the most elegant virtual stickies around: http://www.conceptworld.com/NoteZilla/
3. Post-It Digital Notes - has tabbed memoboards http://www.3m.com/us/office/postit/digital/digital_notes_features.html

Here’s an example of writer Rachel Vincent using virtual post-its: http://urbanfantasy.blogspot.com/2008/08/virtual-post-its.html
And yet another example: http://jenhayley.com/2008/08/30/virtual-plotting-board/

I use NoteZilla or SuperNoteCard.
Tried Post-It digital Notes, was cute, but I prefer NoteZilla.

Have fun

Michal

 


Posted by Edwin Yip
Sep 22, 2009 at 10:53 AM

 

We have just started the Writing Outliner project at http://writingoutliner.com

It’s a outliner software designed for writing long documents such as books or a series of related documents such as columns, it’s developed as a Word addin which seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Word?.

And of course, the ideas are mainly inspired by Scrivener, kudos to Keith :)

 


Posted by Hugh
Sep 22, 2009 at 11:47 AM

 

And then there’s always the real thing: http://www.will-self.com/writing-room/

H

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Sep 22, 2009 at 10:05 PM

 

I wish you well with the project. I am sorry it is tied to Word. Unless I absolutely have to I do not used Word. It’d be good to give people the choice of Word or OpenOffice.

Daly

Edwin wrote:
>We have just started the Writing Outliner project at
>http://writingoutliner.com
> >It’s a outliner software designed for writing long
>documents such as books or a series of related documents such as columns, it’s
>developed as a Word addin which seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Word?.
> >And of
>course, the ideas are mainly inspired by Scrivener, kudos to Keith :)

 


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