This is more of a process suggestion than anything for the product, but it’d be awfully nice if you were using a public-facing bug tracker to accept bug reports. It’d make it a lot easier for us to follow progress on our individual pet issues, without worrying about whether they’ve been forgotten about.
Like for example, if I had ticket numbers for the various problems I’ve reported, I’d be able to check quite directly to find out whether they were supposed to have been fixed in 0.2.9, and I wouldn’t feel an urge to re-report them just to make sure you haven’t forgotten.
I mean, I assume you have some sort of list or tool you use to keep track of the bugs, I’m just saying that if you used one that gave customers a place they could go back to check on the status, then they wouldn’t need to tie up your resources reading forum posts asking about the status or repeating the same bug - in the worst case, you just say, “Oh yeah, that’s bug #1234, here’s the link where you can go to sign up for status updates. As you can see, it’s not on the target list for the next two releases, but it’s definitely still on our list, and we won’t forget.”
Anyway, that feedback aside, Scrivener for Windows is already damn impressive, and I can’t wait to actually pay you for it.