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Storyist 2.1.4 is available for download

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[Note: 2.1.4 was released on 12/18/09 -Steve]

 

Storyist 2.1.4 is available for download.

 

Storyist 2.1.4 adds a couple of minor features, improves page layout performance for large files, and fixes several bug. Specifically:

 

  • Storyist now posts a Growl message when you complete a word count or a timed writing goal.
  • The Control+L shortcut centers the cursor location in the view when editing in page mode.
  • The Page Inspector supports the localization settings specified in System Preferences.
  • The typing delay when editing the header or footer of a large file is significantly reduced.
  • Opening and closing page mode split views containing large amounts of text is faster.
  • Text is now drawn completely when scrolling. Previously, the bottom line of text would not be drawn after auto-scrolling in rare circumstances when the text was displayed at a scale other than 100%.
  • Pages are now properly centered when you open a file or you switch to full-screen mode. Previously, text views set to Fit to Page mode would occasionally position pages to the left of the view instead of in the center.
  • Storyist no longer crashes in certain circumstances when you paste long strings into the license code field.
  • Storyist projects now close only when the last project (main) window closes. Previously, projects would close if you closed any project window, even if you had other project windows open.
  • Storyist no longer crashes if you close a split containing a manuscript and then edit the manuscript's headers/footers in the remaining split.
  • Page margins are now set properly when you reopen a project. Previously, if you set the margins to something other than the default, your changes would be lost in certain circumstances when you reopened the file.
  • Storyist no longer fails to export a file with a slash ("/") in the title.
  • Editing project item titles is now much faster on Snow Leopard. Previously, it was much slower on Snow Leopard than on Leopard or Tiger when the Inspector was open.
  • The Ctrl+Tab and Ctrl+Shift+Tab shortcuts now work reliably after split views are closed via the Workspaces menu. Previously these shortcuts would stop working in certain circumstances until the views were split again.
  • Storyist no longer issues warnings in the console log about views having "views pointing at it that can't be found."

 

-Steve

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