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  1. Hello all ! I've bben looking around Storyist to find this feature and have not found it... Automatic scene numbering could be very useful... Any thought anyone ? Erwan
  2. Sure thing Steve. I will send you an example once I have a character planned out. It might be in French though... But I will translate the headings so you can get the gist of it. -Erwan
  3. Hi Thoth, I have started using the Character attributes myself, but (i'm being perfectionnist here), those attribute fall under the Physical Description header of the sheet. What I would llike is to have the ability of creating my own headers, for easier access and uniformity across my "Bible" That's a nifty idea. How is that working for you ? I know I like to have things nicely ordered so it might help. Thanks for your reply ! Erwan
  4. Hi all, I'm currently testing Storyist for a tv serie project. Beside the fact that it seems difficult for me to handle various episodes with one file (but that's another thread, I know), I would like to be able to customize the Character sheet even more. When writing a serie, one needs to constantly add to the "Bible" detailing each character on various aspects, such as Childhood, Adolescence, and other time-based events, likes and dislikes, psychological aspects, etc, way beyond basic Physical description.... Obviously, I could throw it all into the "Notes" section of the Character Sheet. However, I need to be organized when all the information starts pilling up. Any thoughts ? Erwan
  5. Hi all, Truly, the use of Props would be appreciated by us "movie folks", not only for the production end, but, as our "writers folks" friends, they also can be very important in the overall creative process. That being said, it would evidently help the AD and other techical departments... When can we expect such a feature ? Erwan
  6. Hi Steve, This is what I can find in the console log concerning Storyist : 2007-08-06 20:52:20.277 Storyist[922] WARNING: edited range spans multiple elements 2007-08-06 21:03:32.704 Storyist[922] WARNING: edited range spans multiple elements 2007-08-06 21:12:02.111 Storyist[922] NSExceptionHandler has recorded the following exception: 2007-08-06 21:12:02.111 Storyist[922] caught *** -[NSCFArray objectAtIndex:]: index (7) beyond bounds (7) 2007-08-06 21:16:58.427 Storyist[922] WARNING: edited range spans multiple elements 2007-08-06 21:17:19.643 Storyist[922] WARNING: edited range spans multiple elements 2007-08-07 02:40:51.670 Storyist[1034] WARNING: edited range spans multiple elements Hope that helps ! Thanks for the quick answer ! Erwan
  7. Hello all. Here is the deal. I create a new character named "Alice". I input her age and sex, then I type in some text in French in the Note section of the character. I create another character named "Nicolas". I input the age and sex for that character. I decide to change Alice's age. I go back to that character sheet, change the age, and go back to Nicolas' sheet. I work on Nicolas' sheet for awhile then go back to Alice's and there, surprise ! the age is back to the first age I have entered... I change the age back, decide to save and close my document I reopen the document : Alice's name is correct but now, all the accents in the Notes text of the character sheet have been replaced by the weird "ÃÆâ" characters. Saving, closing and reopening produces even more weird characters, as if the text was encoded over itself. Has anyone noticed the strange unsaved data I mention in points 1-4 and most important, is anyone using Storyist with accented text ? Thanks in advance, Erwan
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