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Posted by Dr Andus
Apr 11, 2014 at 09:43 PM

 

http://writingoutliner.com/writing-software/blog/the-rebirth-of-writing-outliner-rewritten-software-and-new-website/

 


Posted by Anthony
Dec 18, 2017 at 08:16 AM

 

... and turns into Writing Outliner again.

Here a very recent updated screenshot concerning its development. At today, no timetable for its beta version or final release.
http://writingoutliner.com/writing-software/blog/new-development-update-dec-2017/

 


Posted by Graham Rhind
Dec 18, 2017 at 02:43 PM

 

Yes, to give the developer, Edwin, his due, he listened very carefully to the feedback about WordOutliner and to how the users are using WritingOutliner, and made sure he took it all on board for his new version (fortunately, of WritingOutliner, not WordOutliner). Development is slow, but it’s great that he’s still working at it!

>Anthony wrote:
>... and turns into Writing Outliner again.

 


Posted by Amontillado
Dec 18, 2017 at 03:35 PM

 

Graham Rhind wrote:
Yes, to give the developer, Edwin, his due, he listened very carefully
>to the feedback about WordOutliner and to how the users are using
>WritingOutliner, and made sure he took it all on board for his new
>version (fortunately, of WritingOutliner, not WordOutliner). Development
>is slow, but it’s great that he’s still working at it!
> >>Anthony wrote:
>>... and turns into Writing Outliner again.
>

I bought an early copy of Writing Outliner. In those early days it had many rough edges, but I don’t regret the purchase. It’s within my means to buy writing software of modest cost, and each sale means more writer’s software will get developed.

From email dialog with Edwin Yip back in those days, he’s a good guy and very interested in the usefulness of his product.

I’d go back to it if I still used Microsoft Word for anything.

 


Posted by Anthony
Dec 18, 2017 at 09:26 PM

 

>Anthony wrote:
>... and turns into Writing Outliner again.
It was not an ironic statement. Just a fact.
I also confirm Edwin’s excellent attitude. He is responsive and eager to know user feedbacks. 
Unfortunately, many Robinson Crosue developers face difficulties along the way, and some Friday’s help does not always resemble the one that appears to the novel.
This may explain the delays. Merit to him of not giving up.

 


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