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FocusWriter for Mac OS X v1.7.0
FocusWriter for Mac OS X v1.7.0 FocusWriter is a simple, distraction-free writing environment. It utilizes a hide-away interface that you access by moving your mouse to the edges of the screen, allowing the program to have a familiar look and feel to it while still getting out of the way so that you can immerse yourself in your work. Itís available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, and has been translated into many different languages. Features: TXT, basic RTF, and basic ODT file support Timers and alarms Daily goals Fully customizable themes Typewriter sound effects (optional) Auto-save (optional) Live statistics (optional) Spell-checking (optional) Multi-document support Sessions Portable mode (optional) Translated into over 20 languages Changes in version 1.7.0 Released on December 11, 2018 FIXED: Daily progress percentages were not locale aware FIXED: Scene list text was incorrect with Qt 5.12 Show current streak for previous day Improved detection of running instance Updated included hunspell Updated dictionaries Translation updates: Czech, Dutch, Hungarian Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,449 Oct 23, 2019
Graeme Gott
FocusWriter for Windows v1.7.0
FocusWriter for Windows v1.7.0 FocusWriter is a simple, distraction-free writing environment. It utilizes a hide-away interface that you access by moving your mouse to the edges of the screen, allowing the program to have a familiar look and feel to it while still getting out of the way so that you can immerse yourself in your work. Itís available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, and has been translated into many different languages. Features: TXT, basic RTF, and basic ODT file support Timers and alarms Daily goals Fully customizable themes Typewriter sound effects (optional) Auto-save (optional) Live statistics (optional) Spell-checking (optional) Multi-document support Sessions Portable mode (optional) Translated into over 20 languages Changes in version 1.7.0 Released on December 11, 2018 FIXED: Daily progress percentages were not locale aware FIXED: Scene list text was incorrect with Qt 5.12 Show current streak for previous day Improved detection of running instance Updated included hunspell Updated dictionaries Translation updates: Czech, Dutch, Hungarian Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,496 Oct 23, 2019
Graeme Gott
Twine v2.3.3 (Linux)
Twine v2.3.3 (Linux) Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. You don't need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, CSS, and JavaScript when you're ready. Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can post your work nearly anywhere. Anything you create with it is completely free to use any way you like, including for commercial purposes. Twine was originally created by Chris Klimas in 2009 and is now maintained by a whole bunch of people at several different repositories. Twine has been used to create hundreds of works. Here are some samples: Careless Talk by Diana Rider published October 1, 2018 Dragons and Tears: Part 1 of The Spiraling Darkness Trilogy by Volition, Inc. and Anna Anthropy published March 15, 2012 Don't Go In The Old Greene House by Laura Knetzger published August 8, 2015 Empyreum by n-n published 2019 Twine 2 Release Notes 2.3.3 Bugs fixed Proofing stories, broken in 2.3.2, is working again. In previous versions, pressing control- or command-Z immediately after opening a text editor (passage, JavaScript, or stylesheet) would cause all text to be erased. This behavior no longer occurs. The German localization has been improved (thanks to Kai Brueckers). Features added Added a Catalan localization (thanks to Jordi Mallach). Added a Norwegian localization (thanks to sinwes). Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 252 Oct 24, 2019
Chris Klimas
Twine v2.3.3 (MacOS)
Twine v2.3.3 (MacOS) Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. You don't need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, CSS, and JavaScript when you're ready. Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can post your work nearly anywhere. Anything you create with it is completely free to use any way you like, including for commercial purposes. Twine was originally created by Chris Klimas in 2009 and is now maintained by a whole bunch of people at several different repositories. Twine has been used to create hundreds of works. Here are some samples: Careless Talk by Diana Rider published October 1, 2018 Dragons and Tears: Part 1 of The Spiraling Darkness Trilogy by Volition, Inc. and Anna Anthropy published March 15, 2012 Don't Go In The Old Greene House by Laura Knetzger published August 8, 2015 Empyreum by n-n published 2019 Twine 2 Release Notes 2.3.3 Bugs fixed Proofing stories, broken in 2.3.2, is working again. In previous versions, pressing control- or command-Z immediately after opening a text editor (passage, JavaScript, or stylesheet) would cause all text to be erased. This behavior no longer occurs. The German localization has been improved (thanks to Kai Brueckers). Features added Added a Catalan localization (thanks to Jordi Mallach). Added a Norwegian localization (thanks to sinwes). Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 257 Oct 24, 2019
Chris Klimas
Twine v2.3.3 (Windows)
Twine v2.3.3 (Windows) Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. You don't need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, CSS, and JavaScript when you're ready. Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can post your work nearly anywhere. Anything you create with it is completely free to use any way you like, including for commercial purposes. Twine was originally created by Chris Klimas in 2009 and is now maintained by a whole bunch of people at several different repositories. Twine has been used to create hundreds of works. Here are some samples: Careless Talk by Diana Rider published October 1, 2018 Dragons and Tears: Part 1 of The Spiraling Darkness Trilogy by Volition, Inc. and Anna Anthropy published March 15, 2012 Don't Go In The Old Greene House by Laura Knetzger published August 8, 2015 Empyreum by n-n published 2019 Twine 2 Release Notes 2.3.3 Bugs fixed Proofing stories, broken in 2.3.2, is working again. In previous versions, pressing control- or command-Z immediately after opening a text editor (passage, JavaScript, or stylesheet) would cause all text to be erased. This behavior no longer occurs. The German localization has been improved (thanks to Kai Brueckers). Features added Added a Catalan localization (thanks to Jordi Mallach). Added a Norwegian localization (thanks to sinwes). Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 258 Oct 24, 2019
Chris Klimas
Writemonkey 2.6.0
Writemonkey 2.6.0 Writemonkey is a Windows zenware* writing application with an extremely stripped down user interface, leaving you alone with your thoughts and your words. It is light, fast and free. With an array of innovative tools under the hood, it helps you write better. Editing is for another day. Features: No Distractions Full-screen editing. Get free from your computer and its distractions. Writemonkey's full-screen mode hides it all away leaving just you and your text behind. Do more with less! Small, Fast, Stable No installation necessary. Just copy files and directories in any folder on your machine. Writemonkey is very fast and responsive. The main executable is less than 1,6 MB in size. Portable Put Writemonkey installation on USB key and use it on any Windows computer. Completely Customizable Choose your own ui language (separate download), colors, fonts, page layout and many other aspects of the program. Customize info bar with the info items you want. Scale up your text for easy reading, save different profiles Ö Standard and Clean Text Format For maximum portability your work is stored in standard text files. Writemonkey is fully UTF-8 compatible and will recognize virtually all international characters. Supports other encoding standards ‒ Unicode, ANSII Ö Accessibility Open files from Windows context menu, easily switch between full screen and normal mode, toggle recent files with CTRL+TAB, quick peep behind when in full screen mode (unique feature), quit to system tray or lock window on top Ö Keyboard Friendly Writemonkey is keyboard friendly software Ė all commands can be deployed with simple keyboard shortcuts. Even things like scrolling and selecting the text. If you prefer mouse, wm will play along Ö Markup Highlighting Highlighting helps you visually discern semantic chunks of texts (headings, block quotes, lists and comments). Writemonkey suports for all 3 markup standards. Start any paragraph with two slashes "//" and the whole paragraph will be regarded as ...
0/5 4,570 Oct 24, 2019
pomarancha
yWriter 6
yWriter 6 yWriter is a word processor which breaks your novel into chapters and scenes, helping you keep track of your work while leaving your mind free to create. It will not write your novel for you, suggest plot ideas or perform creative tasks of any kind. yWriter was designed by an author, not a salesman! yWriter6 is free to download and use, but you're encouraged to register your copy if you find it useful. If you're just embarking on your first novel a program like yWriter may seem like overkill. I mean, all you have to do is type everything into a word processor! Sure, but wait until you hit 20,000 words, with missing scenes and chapters, notes all over your desk, characters and locations and plot points you've just added and which need to be referenced earlier ... it becomes a real struggle. Now imagine that same novel at 40,000 or 80,000 words! No wonder most first-time writers give up. (Although yWriter was designed for novels, enterprising users have created their own translation files to customise the program to work with plays, non-fiction and even sermons.) Who designed it? I'm Simon Haynes, the designer and programmer. I have twenty-five years computer programming experience and I'm also the author of a science fiction comedy series and a new middle-grade science fiction comedy for ages 9-12. ALL of my novels were written in yWriter. "Hands down the easiest and most versatile writing software I've tried and used" M. Scott Rogers Because I'm an experienced programmer AND a published author, yWriter contains a bunch of tools a working novelist will find useful, and nothing some marketing expert came up with to promote additional sales. What's so special about yWriter? I really struggled with my first novel because I wrote slabs of text into a big word processor file and I ...
5/5 1,479 Oct 24, 2019
Simon Haynes
   
 
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