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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jul 13, 2010 at 02:12 PM

 

In theory anyway, Writer’s Blocks is a fuller writing environment than SuperNoteCard, but I agree completely that SNC is the superior application at this point in time. I really appreciate what Writer’s Blocks aspires to be. The implementation is weak—perhaps not when it was first introduced a dozen years or more ago. Even at its last update, which must have been five to seven years ago, it was feeling old. It would be very welcome if they’ve used the many years since the last version came out to really upgrade the whole thing. They don’t need to add any features, just make it all work better and with a cleaner, more friendly user interface. If they’ve done that, this would be an excellent application and worth the money, in my opinion.

Steve

 


Posted by Lucas
Jul 13, 2010 at 03:52 PM

 

One other note: It may be that NoteCase Pro offers something along the lines of what I mentioned, but I’ve never been able to test the software, because the pro features are disabled in the demo. The website reads:

“Without a license key file, the program is started in a light mode (fully functional, but some advanced features are blocked)”

http://www.virtual-sky.com/download.php

I don’t see why anyone would be convinced to purchase the software if there is no opportunity to test out the advanced features beforehand. (I do enjoy the irony of the phrase, “fully functional, but some advanced features are blocked”. Hmm…)

Lucas

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Jul 13, 2010 at 06:52 PM

 

Lucas, many thanks for the heads up on SENSE; in terms of its basic functionality it is something that I have been looking for for quite some time.

As you noted, there are several rough edges with the program. Unfortunately, this applies also to the registration process, which is as user-unfriendly as it can get. It also seems to not work at the moment (the online option is unresponsive, and the offline points to the wrong email) even though the actual purchase and payment works fine via Plimus.

I am waiting for the developer’s response and will post back here with an update.

 


Posted by Edwin Yip
Jul 14, 2010 at 07:13 AM

 

Hi Lucas,

No, Writing Outliner doesn’t support editing in a combined view yet, but it’s on my plan already :)

And thanks for this post, I didn’t realize that a editable combined view of multiple documents can be that useful for writers.


Edwin Yip
Writing Outliner - Turn Microsoft Word into an all-in-one writing software for long documents.
http://WritingOutliner.com

Lucas wrote:
> >
>Dominik Holenstein wrote:
>>Hi,
>>
>>You may take a look at Writing Outliner a MS
>Word
>>Add-in:
>>http://writingoutliner.com/
>>
>>Dominik
>> 
> >
>Thanks,
>Dominik. Does Writing Outliner now enable editing in the combined view?
> >Lucas

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Jul 14, 2010 at 09:31 PM

 

Just a note to say that I received my product number via email and it works OK.


Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>Lucas, many thanks for the heads up on SENSE; in terms of its basic functionality it is
>something that I have been looking for for quite some time.
> >As you noted, there are
>several rough edges with the program. Unfortunately, this applies also to the
>registration process, which is as user-unfriendly as it can get. It also seems to not
>work at the moment (the online option is unresponsive, and the offline points to the
>wrong email) even though the actual purchase and payment works fine via Plimus.

 


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