I just purchased Scrivener for my Mac and am very much looking forward to using it.
One question, though- my main computer is a Mac but I often take my netbook to work around town. I really need to utilize the same project on both computers. I am using Dropbox for the main scrivener file and understand the issues about finishing a sync before opening on another computer. However, my license doesn’t activate my Windows version of Scrivener. I can use the trial to see my project and everything’s great- but I need to be able to register it on the Windows machine to continue using it.
I really don’t want to purchase another license just to use Scrivener on my netbook- that’ll really make me think twice about using this software. The sync function is okay but I need the whole ‘Scrivener UI’ on both computers for it to be worth it. Is it possible to unlock this on the Windows machine using my existing registration code?
I dont’ know if you all can do this but it would make or break the experience for me. I really appreciate any advice you have, as it’s a great app.
As Siren says, you do indeed need a separate licence for both versions - they are separate development efforts with different people working on them, and we can’t afford to charge only $45 for both licences. You’ll find this is the way with most software - even much more expensive software such as the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office requires you to purchase a different licence for different platforms.