Literature and Latte has expelled Scrivener 3.0 for OS X, a vital new chronicle of a writer-centric tool.
Scrivener 3.0 for OS X combines normal word-processing facilities with plan government and organization collection to yield a one-stop emporium for any essay project.
Version 3.0 unveils a series of new and extended features, alongside an updated user interface, Touch Bar support and rewritten codebase for 64-bit.
Scrivener 3.0 opens with what Literature and Latte describes as an “overhauled and modernised” user interface. Improvements embody new breeze and event swell bars in a categorical toolbar, a new Quick Search apparatus for anticipating papers within a stream plan and a new ‘Copyholders’ underline to impute to adult to 4 papers in a categorical window.
A new underline – Bookmarks – combines a calm formerly displayed underneath Project Notes, References and Favorites, giving users entrance to frequently used papers from a Inspector.
Part of this refurbish also sees a vital redesign of a program’s Compile tool, that is used to renovate a user’s drafts into a single, finished file. It’s been done easier to use, though also some-more flexible, quite when total with a content system’s new full styles system.
The softened apparatus also improves a support for vital eReader formats, with existent Kindle support extended and ePub3 combined for a initial time.
Users can now also perspective index cards regulating phony threads formed on tag colouring, while a new Writing Statistics apparatus helps users establish how most swell they’ve done on a daily basis.
Users can now supplement tradition metadata in a form of additional checkboxes, dates and list boxes to a Inspector and outliner. The outliner also gains a filter, along with a corkboard. There’s also a new ‘Dialogue Focus’ apparatus for picking out discourse in text.
Support for technical formats has been softened too. Not usually can users now trade abounding content to MultiMarkDown or Pandoc, there’s also a ability for Markdown outlay and tradition post-processing.
macOS improvements embody endless support for a MacBook Pro’s new Touch Bar, and a modernised and rewritten codebase for 64-bit to safeguard future-proofing and improved performance.
Scrivener 3.0 is accessible now as a giveaway hearing download for Macs using MacOS 10.12 or later. The full chronicle costs $45, though existent users can ascent by a program’s website (but not a App Store) for $25. Scrivener 1.9 for Windows is also accessible – Literature and Latte reveals it will be updated to chronicle 3 in 2018.