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Atomic Scribbler -- a Windows replacement for Scrivener?

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Posted by washere
Mar 23, 2018 at 06:38 PM


@Franz I know you need dual windows open. I’ve worked with big contents hence translators since my first job.

I even suggest softwares to them, like a couple from a specific genre I use myself occasionally.

Outliner/Tree genre though is very apt for creative/building up data structures from scratch.


Posted by xtabber
Mar 30, 2018 at 11:16 AM


Stephen Zeoli wrote:
>Some of you may remember a piece of writing software called PageFour.
>Personally, I’d forgotten all about it until I got an email from the
>developer today announcing his new application, Atomic Scribbler.
> >“Atomic Scribbler is a simple, light weight replacement for Microsoft
>Word, PageFour and Scrivener. It’s modern, has a fresh and clean
>look and feel, and is built just for creative writers. It’s new
>and it’s here to stay!”
> >Interesting that he added that last bit of reassurance. Anyway, here’s
>the link to the website:
> >https://www.atomicscribbler.com/
> >At $47 it isn’t a no brainer. But there is a ten day free trial. I’ve
>just downloaded it.
> >Steve Z.

Atomic Scribbler is available today (March 30 2018) on BitsDuJour for $7.

That buys you a permanent license for one user on all owned computers and one year of updates. If you’re interested and have time to play, it does make it more of a “no brainer” to try, but that may still be a big if for many here.



Posted by doablesoftware
Apr 6, 2018 at 07:39 PM


scriv is onenote/evernote kinda at least for core functions/features

doesnt seem to stand out much for helpfulness tho


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