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  1. Thank you all for the information. I have been able to confirm the workaround, but I still look forward to the update. I suspect that for people new to the app this likely does not give the best impression. Fortunately for me, I saw enough gold in the app to know better than to delete it!
  2. I'd like to request a more fine grained sync support. It would be really nice if, for example, I could edit characters on my iPad mini, Scenes on my full sized iPad, and say the manuscript itself (and associated index cards) on my mac, and then sync them all. This level of sync still avoids all of the pitfalls of simultaneous edits that you are trying to avoid. The problem is that currently you treat the project as a whole as being changed or not instead of the individual components. I realize this doesn't happen without work - just saying that I (and I suspect many others) would appreciate this greatly.
  3. verxion

    iPhone?

    Sounds like all slots are full, and that is fine. I've signed up anyway, for any future beta testing. I've added my iPhone 5 since that is what I'd be using for testing the iPhone release. My available devices for testing are currently: iPhone 3GS, 4, 5, iPad mini, iPad 3, and 4. I have the iPad 3 for sale though, so it will probably not be available for testing much longer. I currently use my iPad mini for pretty much all of my Storyist use. -Joe
  4. Can anyone else at least confirm they get the same situation?
  5. You can easily replicate the issue I describe by doing the following on your iPad: 1. Make a new project 2. Choose blank 3. Open the new blank project 4. Tap the plus button and choose new "Text File" 5. Choose Novel template 6. Tap on Novel to open it 7. Turn iPad sideways (Landscape mode) 8. Pin the outline sidebar 9. Add a new section using the + button 10. Tap the edit button 11. Tap on the word "Section" 12. Add a space and a 2 on the end of the section name 13. Tap the done button 14. Tap the plus button and add a new chapter 15. Add a new section by tapping the plus button again and choosing "add section" 16. Tap on the edit button 17. Drag the section from chapter 2 to be in between "Section 1" and "Section 2" 18. Try to drag ANY of the three sections to be within chapter 2 - it cannot be done I've verified this issue on an iPad mini, an iPad 3, and an iPad 4
  6. First off, I would like to say just how incredibly happy I am to have found Storyist for the iPad. This is truly a dream come true for me! A few things have struck me though in my use of the app, and I suspect that many of them would be simple to fix. It is possible that there are ways to accomplish what I'm wanting that I haven't been able to find. Here goes: 1. Story sheets should have the attached photo on the icon so you have that visual cue before opening the sheet. 2. Outline view is very buggy when it comes to moving sections around. I seem to be able to move sections to a preceding position (say from chapter 2 to chapter 1), but moving down simply doesn't work at all. 3. Editing the notecards in the sidebar allows me to delete them, but I have not found any way to reorder them there. (The only place I've been able to reliably reorder the notecards is in the full screen notecard view.) 4. I'm not clear on what the # symbol is for when I add a new section, and while the chapter text does link up between the notecard and the text in the document, I haven't yet found a way to do the same thing for section titles. This would be nice... Thanks again for an AWESOME app. I'm just hoping to make the experience even better. -Joe
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