Name: Storyist for Mac
Release Date: 11 Oct 2016
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
Activation: Use the included Serial (Courtesy of The Blade)
Web Site: http://storyist.com/index.html
Storyist is a powerful story development tool for novelists and screenwriters. With an intuitive interface that puts you in control, Storyist provides:
・A word processor with a page layout view and support for headers, footers, and style sheets.
・A storyboard with customizable story sheets for tracking your plot, characters, and settings.
・A project manager with fast, project-wide search capabilities to keep your writing organized and accessible.
What's New in Version 3.3:
・Updated Goal Inspectors
・The updated goals inspector is now accessible directly from the toolbar and gives you more ways to track your writing goals.
・Use the calendar view to get a sense of how your writing sessions vary from day to day. Dates are color coded with your progress, and the mouse and cursor keys allow you to select individual dates to view.
・Use the graph view to show your progress over time. You can get daily, weekly or monthly graphs of your word count data, or even specify a custom date range.
・Use the summary view to see your average and best days in a given range.
・Export your writing session data to a .csv file for use with a spreadsheet application like Excel or Numbers.
・Support for macOS Sierra
・You can now designate a project or text file template as the default template. The default text file template is now used when creating a new text file from a wiki link or via Command+Return commands.
・The cork board background now defaults to a solid color rather than the cork texture. If you prefer the cork texture, just open the Appearance tab in the Preferences window and set the storyboard background to the cork pattern.
・The text view no longer "wobbles" slightly when you scroll after double tapping the trackpad to zoom in.
・The Command+Up Arrow and Command+Down Arrow shortcuts now take you to the beginning/end of a document as they do in other text applications. Previously, the Command+Up Arrow shortcut took you to the enclosing folder (like in Finder). Now, it only takes you to the enclosing folder if you are already at the start of the file.
・Changes to the theme's collage background color now appear immediately.