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Posted by Tom S.
Dec 30, 2008 at 08:21 PM


Any of you guys ever use this writing software?  The price is right…


Tom S.


Posted by Michal
Jan 1, 2009 at 03:27 PM


Hi Tom.
Nope, I don’t know StorYBook, thanks for pointing it out. I watched the demo. It reminds me a little of another JAVA app which I own and love - SuperNoteCard http://www.mindola.com/snc/index.html
SuperNoteCard’s treatment of character/setting etc. is different, but the storyboard feature is similar. I prefer SNC because it’s the next best thing to index cards :)
BTW if you like index cards you could sneak a peek at ndxCards http://www.ndxcards.com/index.asp



Posted by Tom S.
Jan 2, 2009 at 03:26 PM


Hi, Michal.

Thanks for the response.  I have looked at these programs in the past and they do, in fact, look like they would fit my needs.  Though I don’t mind paying for good software, the full version of neither is entirely free (I think Super Note Card does have a free version, though).

What caught my eye was that StorYBook was that its cross platform, specifically that its Linux compatible.  I believe its also open source.  I was just curious to see if anyone had any experience with it and how it measured up to other offerings before I downloaded it and started doing any serious work with it.  There was a time when I’d download and try anything at the drop of a hat.  But I’m at a point right now where I just don’t do that anymore without good reason to believe its going to work.

Thanks, again.

Tom S.


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