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  1. hopeso


    I clicked on an "update Storyist" message and that was a mistake. I lost my stage play script and all the info on characters, settings, scenes, etc. I have an iMac, OS 10.6.8 (Leopard) and now realize the upgrade was for Mountain Lion. I will not be upgrading to Lion+ until my 3rd party software and printer driver are compatible with Lion+. I was able to find a copy of my script in another folder, but Is there anyway to recover the other items that have vanished? Thanks.
  2. Storyist 2.4.1 is available for download. It adds support for Mountain Lion and includes general enhancements and bug fixes. Specifically: When running on Lion or later, Storyist now participates in the system-wide full screen behavior. That is, full screen windows animate to their own space. Additionally, the Full Screen shortcut has changed from Command+Option+F to Command+Control+F, which is the shortcut that Apple recommends. Footers containing only whitespace no longer cause pages to be displayed incorrectly in page mode. The "Exactly" line space setting is now properly saved and restored. Previously, if you set the line spacing of a paragraph to "Exactly," it would revert to "At Least" when the project was opened. Changing the font family using the Inspector now preserves the font's bold, italic, and outline settings. The Command+Return shortcut for adding items to a project no longer stops working in certain circumstances. The Delete and Rename commands in the Project view are now properly enabled if you right-click (or Control+click) an item in the Project view when no items are selected. -Steve
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