Okay… At last, Scrivener 2.0 is with us. Please visit the main Scrivener page to get an overview of what’s new:
The dedicated “What’s new” page can be found here:
You can download a trial of version 2.0 from the main Scrivener page, and you can buy an update from the 1.x licence should you like Scrivener 2.0 enough to upgrade (I hope so - I’ve been working on it for two years!). If you already own Scrivener 1.x, then the update only costs $25 (the regular price being $45). If you purchased Scrivener on or after 1st August 2010, then the update is free. To upgrade an existing licence, please visit the following page:
Note that you will need to enter the same e-mail address you used to buy Scrivener 1.x in order to get the update pricing. If your e-mail address has since changed, or if you’ve forgotten which one you used, please drop David a line on sales AT literatureandlatte DOT com and he will be able to sort you out (please bear with us if it takes us a little longer than usual to get back to you - we are being inundated with e-mails at the moment).
I hope you like Scrivener 2.0 and find its new features and refined interface useful. As of tomorrow morning, I’ll be starting work on 2.0.1 (which will be a free update to 2.0 owners, obviously), to address any bugs and minor issues reported about the preview that I didn’t get chance to fix in this release version. (I’ll be starting to reply to all the threads I haven’t managed to get back to on the forums too.)
A massive thank you to team L&L - all have been stars: David, for his great work on the videos and answering a billion (very welcome!) user questions, Julia, for proof-reading everything and helping write the text on the website, and an especially big thank you to Ioa, who not only wrote the user manual but completely redesigned the site; he’s done an astounding job. Any faults in the program itself are, as always, down to me.
Anyway, I hope it’s been worth the wait. I’m really proud of it and look forward to hearing about novels, theses, screenplays and everything else being written in Scrivener 2.0 (hopefully one of the novels by me, who knows…).
Many thanks and all the best,