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To celebrate Tech Tuesday—yes, it’s a thing (that I made up)—all of my Scrivener classes are 20% off through December 3rd with coupon code CT2018! Want to love Scrivener but just can’t figure it out? Already love it but wish you were more comfortable with it? Or maybe compiling is your Achilles’ heel. I have
Scrivener for Windows has had several updates in the last few months. Even if you bothered to skim through the list, here are a couple of cool changes that might have skipped your notice. Highlighting Affected Documents in Compile (version 1.9.7, October 2016) I’ve been waiting for this one to come to Windows for a
Both Scrivener for Mac and Scrivener for Windows received updates recently (to 2.7 and 1.9, respectively). You’ll notice some small changes in the interface—e.g. the Inspector buttons are now at the top of the Inspector for better visibility—and a few new options, but the biggest modifications seem to be under the hood. New File Structure
As promised, registration is now open for the fall round of Scrivener online courses. Sign up today! – Scrivener I: The Basics and Beyond, September 14-30, 2015 – Scrivener II: Intermediate and Advanced Concepts, October 19-November 4, 2015 – Scrivener Master Course: Compile, Dec 7-16, 2015 For more information and registration, check out the Scrivener Courses page.
Fall is coming soon, which means it’s time for another Scrivener course (or two). Based on student feedback, I’ve decided to make some changes.1. I am splitting my original four-week, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink course into two different classes. That means less time commitment per course, and less money to spend if you’re not ready to move into–or
Scrivener for Windows might be the baby of the Scrivener family, but it’s catching up to its big brother quickly (and, happily, making my book even more useful to Windows users). The May 27th update to 1.7.1 is huge. It brings to Windows some of the key features for which many users have been waiting,