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Scrivener 2.5

Scrivener for Mac は、長くて難しい文書の作成と構造化のプロセスを自動化して簡素化する作家のための専門的なコンテンツ生成ツールです。 Scrivener の強力な機能は、そのようなドキュメントの書式設定を完全に制御して、書類の重要な第 1 版を作成する際の作業が楽になります.

多くの参照、注釈の追跡が必要な書類、コンセプト、オーディオやビデオファイルが含まれていてもいなくてもよいリサーチドキュメントがあれば、Scrivener は生産性を向上させ、より良い最終製品を作成できるようになります。

Scrivener 特徴:

書き込み用。そして書く。そして書き込み.
Scrivener は、ベストセラー小説家、脚本家、ノンフィクション作家、学生、学者、弁護士、ジャーナリスト、翻訳者など、毎日使用されているあらゆる種類の作家のためのアプリです。書類を書く方法を教えてくれるわけではありません。書くことを始めるのに必要なものすべてを提供しています.

あなたの原稿をあなたの手に渡します way
長い書いたプロジェクトのために作られたものです.Scrivener は、あなたが好きなように大きくても小さくても構いません。素晴らしいアイデアを得ましたが、どこに合っているのか分かりません。インスピレーションが襲ったときに書き、その場所を後で見つけます。あなたの原稿を有機的に成長させてください。idea

森や木を見てください.
あなたが計画しているかプランジしているのか、Scrivener はあなたのやり方をしています。あるいは、あなたの方法を混ぜ合わせて、少しずつしてください。 Scrivener では、作成したすべてを使いやすいプロジェクト概要に統合します。だから、あなたの原稿の概観を使って作業することはこれまでのクリックだけであり、第 4 章を第 1 章に変えることはドラッグアンドドロップと同じくらい簡単です.

リサーチの範囲内
リサーチを参照する必要がありますか? Scrivener では、あなたの背景の資料はいつも手元にあり、作品のすぐ横にそれを開くことができます。写真に基づいた説明を書く。インタビューを書きます。 PDF ファイルまたは Web ページに関するメモを取る。または、進行中の章と一緒に前の章を参照して一貫性をチェックしてください.

それをそこに置く
あなたは仕事を世界と共有する準備ができたら、すべてを 1 つの文書にまとめて印刷、自己発行、 Word、PDF、最終草稿、またはプレーンテキストなど。さまざまな書式を使用して共有することもできます。そのため、お気に入りのフォントで書いても、それらの提出ガイドラインを満たすことができます.

注:30 日間の試用版.8997423

ファイルのバージョン Scrivener 2.5
ファイル名 Scrivener.dmg
ファイルサイズ 76.04 MB
オペレーティングシステム Mac OS X 10.12 or later
ソフトウェアタイプ Trial
著者 Literature & Latte Ltd.
更新日 http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener.php
更新時間 2013-10-22
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What's new in this version:

Mavericks Compatible:
- Scrivener has been updated to be fully compatible with Mavericks, including support for tags when saving and exporting.

Localisations:
- The main interface has been translated into German, French and Spanish (other languages to come). By default, the interface will use the current system language, but you can override this via the Preferences. (Please let us know if you notice any errors in or problems with the translated interfaces.)

Compile - General:
- When selecting formatting levels in the Compile “Formatting” pane, affected documents are now highlighted in the binder.
- The 10.6+ build of Scrivener now bundles a Java runtime environment so that it can run the .doc, .docx and .odt converters without having to ask the user to install Java, and so that it can meet App Store requirements and be future-proof now that Apple is moving away from providing its own Java runtime. (The bundled Java runtime only works on 10.7.3+; earlier systems will continue to rely on Java being installed on the system.) Note that this increases Scrivener’s file size.
- Updated the version of the Aspose converter used for converting to .doc, .docx and .odt files, which fixes the bug whereby ODT files always had the footnote numbering restart with each page regardless of the Compile settings.
- The Replacements in Compile can now replace web link targets as well as text. To replace web links, ensure that the target and replacement both contain “://” and no whitespace, and that “Whole Word” is ticked.
- “Flatten Footnotes” in the “RTF Compatibility” pane of Compile is now available for all Office formats.
- When printing or exporting to PDF, endnotes now use consistent line spacing.
- The “Do not add title prefix or suffix…” control in the “Title Adjustments” pane of Compile now uses a popover instead of a menu, making it much easier to navigate the documents being compiled.
- The <$ebook_start> and <$toc> tags are now removed when compiling to formats that don’t use them.
- Added new option, “Only use title prefixes in updated links”, to the “Title Adjustments” pane of Compile.
- Minor visual tweaks to the “Summary” view of Compile.

Compile - Ebooks:
- Changed the way UUIDs are stored in .epub files so that they now validate with EpubCheck again (recent changes to EpubCheck have affected how UUIDs get validated).
- “Treat ‘Preserve Formatting’ blocks as raw HTML” can now be used for e-books, too.
- Kindle export no longer ignores differences between justified and left text alignment. The “text-align” CSS designations are now removed for the alignment that appears most frequently throughout the text, but are left intact for other alignments. Thus, if most text is justified, then “text-align: justify” will not appear in the CSS but “text-align: left” will be used for any left-aligned text; if most text is left-aligned, then “text-align: left” will not appear in the CSS but “text-align: justify” will be used for any sections of justified text. (Amazon guidelines require that “text-align” is not used to force the alignment of body paragraphs, but only for small sections that require special formatting.)
- Tables in HTML and e-books are now centred (although whether they appear so will depend on the program in which you open the files - Adobe Digital Editions, for instance, ignores table centring).

Scapple Import:
- Added new option to the Import preferences for Scapple documents: “Import first lines of notes as titles only”.
- Notes imported from Scapple now maintain rich text attributes (requires Scapple 1.1).

Text Editing:
- Find and Replace now works in inspector comments and footnotes.
- You can now strike out text in PDF files.
- Ruler units now affect project notes and inspector notes as well as main editor.
- Images can now be dragged from Scrivener’s editors into the Finder and to other locations requiring an image file path.
- Improved selection across scrivenings.
- Updated “Update Links to Use Target Titles” so that it doesn’t affect placeholder tags such as <$p>, <$label>, etc. This makes it very easy to update linked table of contents now, by selecting all the text in the TOC document and using this feature.
- Made improvements to URL encoding and decoding in the Add/Edit Link panel.
- Posting to Facebook is now an option in the “Share” contextual menu in text views (10.8+ only).

Other:
- Templates chooser view rewritten from scratch with accessibility (VoiceOver) support.
- “Lock in Place” is now available even when the header view is hidden.
- Ctrl-clicking on a document icon in the binder, search results, collection list, corkboard or outliner now brings up only the “Change Icon” menu rather than the complete contextual menu, making it easier to change document icons.
- Ctrl-clicking on the binder header now brings up a menu allowing you to set the “Binder Affects…” setting and to hoist or unhoist the binder when appropriate.
- You can now drag references into collections.
- Added “NSSupportsAutomaticGraphicsSwitching” to Scrivener’s info.plist, which should prevent it switching to the discrete graphics card unnecessary on dual-GPU machines.
- Project note titles are now affected in Project Replace if “Titles” is ticked.
- Bundled MultiMarkdown executables back into the Mac App Store version. All MMD executables are now sandboxed and code-signed in the MAS version to meet Apple’s store requirements.
- Copy as External Link now also includes a plain text variant on the pasteboard.
- The label of the “Scale to fit” button in the image resizing HUD is now clickable.
- Added View > Media > Rewind on Pause menu item.
- Made improvements to speed in scrolling through and manipulating the list of names in the name generator.
- Added “Auto-Generate Titles” to the Documents menu.
- Changed project keywords shortcut to Shift-Cmd-K, making them easier to access from the keyboard.
- Fixed bug in Simplenote sync whereby sync would appear to hang when deleting notes (although the sync panel could be dismissed and Scrivener would continue to run as normal).

Major (Stability) Bugs Fixed:
- Fixed bug whereby certain files containing footnotes would cause a crash on import if the project was set up to use footnote markers.
- Fixed bug whereby typing could still slow down dramatically in scaled inspector comments and footnotes. Slower.
- Fixed bug whereby imported project notes would not retain their text unless edited.
- Fixed bug whereby there was no keyboard focus when creating new projects from the Blank template, which could cause a crash if you tried to create a new document without clicking anyway.
- Fixed bug that caused a crash in Project Replace on OS X 10.6 and below.
- Fixed bug whereby, in rare circumstances (e.g. when multiple files were selected in the binder), clicking to add another snapshot would thrown an internal error.
- Fixed bug whereby Increase/Decrease First Line Indents could throw an exception.
- Fixed bug whereby dragging a document into another project as a Scrivener link would throw an exception.

Minor (Usability) Bugs Fixed:
- Fixed further bugs in opening external references.
- Fixed bug whereby dragging footnotes and comments from inspector would cause them to be copied rather than to move.
- Fixed bug whereby keyboard focus was lost when entering or exiting full screen mode.
- Fixed bug whereby the header and footer would not be shown on the last page of a compiled PDF or printed document if the last page was a one-page document with a page break before it.
- Fixed bug whereby the created and modified dates of documents in projects created from templates would show the date they were added to and edited in the template, not the date the project was created from the template.
- Fixed bug whereby clicking on a document that was already selected in the binder when the binder was set to slide in in full screen mode would do nothing.
- Fixed bug whereby “Search in Wikipedia” didn’t work for searches with spaces in them.
- Fixed bug whereby certain contextual actions were not available in the binder or outliner when they were set to slide in in full screen.
- Fixed bug whereby “Treat ‘Preserve Formatting’ blocks as raw HTML” only worked for the fist block.
- Fixed bug whereby PDF images didn’t work for inclusion using the <$img:...> Compile tag.
- Fixed bug whereby “selection affects other editor” didn’t work the first time the editor was split during a session.
- Fixed bug whereby Keep with Next could cause formatting problems in some circumstances in exported RTF files.
- Fixed bug whereby scratchpad could list folders that happened to have the extensions of recognised text file formats, and thus show “No selection” when selected.
- Fixed bug whereby dragging images into the synopsis picture of QuickReference panels did not work.
- Fixed bug whereby paragraph-based formatting presets could mess up cells if applied to tables.
- Fixed bug whereby new custom columns added to the outliner would not use the correct font if set to wrap.
- Fixed bug whereby clearing the editor history would also forget the current document.
- Fixed bug whereby project target deadline countdowns could be off by a day if the target crossed a DST/BST boundary (bug fix applies to 10.5+ only).
- Fixed bug whereby the Kindle start tag would not be inserted if Scrivener was not set to automatically generate the table of contents during Compile.
- Fixed bug whereby converting between script formats would ignore “Keep with Next” settings.
- Fixed bug whereby “Keep with Next” wasn’t turned on for scene headings or character names in imported Fountain scripts.
- Fixed bug whereby footnotes grouped by section in e-book exports could have an extra blank line below the first footnote of each section.
- Fixed bug whereby the “Keywords” column of the outliner could not be sorted.
- Fixed bug whereby links copied into the editor using Safari’s “Copy Link” wouldn’t be recognised as links by the contextual menu or “Edit Link…” menu item until the project was closed and reopened.
- Minor bug fix: You can no longer import web pages into the Trash folder by dragging them from a browser’s address field.
- Fixed bug whereby RTF bookmarks could cause problems with Bookends, with the closing bookmark tag ending up inside a citation at the end of the document.

UI Bugs Fixed:
- Hopefully fixed a bug whereby using a block insertion point in a fixed width editor could cause the text to disappear (not to be deleted, but not to be drawn correctly).
- Fixed bug whereby main editor would get a horizontal scroller upon entering and then exiting full screen mode.
- Fixed bug whereby vertical scroller could disappear until the window was resized on entering and exiting full screen mode.
- Fixed a bug whereby double-clicking the central divider when the editor was vertically split could result in extra space below the text when the text should have fit the space available.
- Fixed bug with drag and drop in corkboard when displaying only a single column of cards.
- Fixed minor bug whereby the corkboard options popover wouldn’t always disable or enable the correct options when viewing multiple groups.
- Fixed minor bug whereby splitting the editor wouldn’t always result in evenly-sized editors.
- Fixed bug whereby a keyword not assigned to the document could appear in the outliner while a new keywords was being added to the inspector.
- Hopefully fixed minor bugs with restoring split positions on project reopen.
- Fixed serious editor drawing issues on Mavericks, related to the Mavericks’ new responsive scrolling feature.

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