Fighting with Storyist

You know, every now and then, something comes along to remind me of how grateful I am for the little things in life. For instance, I found one last little Reese’s peanut butter cup in my fridge this morning. How did he get in there? Who knows? It was as if a tiny little Reese’s fairy came in the middle of the night and left him there for me.

I’m doing a review on Storyist and it makes me so grateful that I found Scrivener.

quite an unprofessional post. Clearly your review is biased, untrustworthy, and useless.

And perhaps your assessment of a review you have never seen is dismissive, premature, and unfounded. You can’t help but be frustrated with software that mirrors something you use in appearance and feature sets, but fails to do so elegantly or originally. I can only assume that Storyist, with it’s cork board, outline and editing mode + script writing view, binder on the left, and something resembling the inspector on the right, and one or more editors in the middle has so many features in common with Scrivener that it’s difference in approach or other differences really stand out.

But perhaps I am unprofessional, biased, untrustworthy, and useless. :stuck_out_tongue:

Let’s try to keep things civil, codewizard. If you disagree with how good Reese’s peanut butter cups are, then state your case courteously and professionally.

I agree. They should totally leave the chocolate out.

Oh, come on. It’s the silly peanut stuff that ruins them.