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About happyslayer

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  1. Hello, I am having a strange problem lately. If I am writing and I highlight a word, right-click on it and choose "Lookup word" it brings up a pop-up box with the definition that will not go away. I can still use the menus for a little while and scroll my document for a little while. But during that "little while" the definition box will not go away. After about 30 seconds or so, Storyist crashes and generates an error report. I am using a 2011 MacBook Air 11" Core i7 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD HD, OSX Lion (all updates) and Storyist 2.3.3 licensed. This problem seems to be relatively recent as I don't remember it happening within the last couple years. Let me know if I should paste the whole Error Report. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hey there, So I got my iPad on 4-3-10 and I have been actively trying to find an app that would let me edit my novels/stories that I have been writing in Storyist on my laptop. I have messed around with Pages and MyWritingNook and while both apps are pretty good, they do not really play well with Storyist. I can save as RTF and export to iWork or cut and paste into the App, but this loses all my Chapter/scene breaks and makes it a real pain to put my edits back into Storyist. Would it even be possible to make a VERY limited version of Storyist for iPad that let's me keep my chapter/scene breaks. I don't really care about the storyboards and the separate character/plot sheets. Also, I wouldn't worry about the iPhone... It's screen is way too small to write on. (JMO) So, that's my request. Thanks. Oh and as always... I love Storyist on my laptop... Best writing software available!
  3. Hello all, I have been using the Storyist software for a little while, but just now joined the forums. I have been working on my writing for only a couple years... did NaNoWriMo 2007 and 2008 (got past 50000 both times!) and I am currently doing NaNoEdMo 2009 where I am finally editing my NaNo2007 SciFi novel. I have tried numerous word processors and novel software and I am liking Storyist so far. Well... thats my intro. Happy writing all!
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