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About Maury

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  1. Quite stupidly opted to close the "Welcome window" that appears when you open Storyist. Now, for the life of me can't find how to turn that feature on again. Please help.
  2. Thanks for the info. I have just bought the upgrade! Cheers!
  3. Hi, ol' Storyist user here. I've been thinking of upgrading to 4, for both the IMAC and Ipad. Do I need to buy the entire licenses or is there an upgrade option? Cheers
  4. Strange silence. I guess you guys don't know how to fix this.
  5. Hello, I am following the instructions of simply opening the Scrivener project in Storyist and the program crashes every time I try. What am I doing wrong? Cheers
  6. I'm writing a loooooong novel and it is divided into three sections. My question is: how can I create a section and move the chapters of that one into it? Oh, silly me, I just found out! Cheers
  7. Thanks, Marguerite, than you, Rusty! Will try it now. I tried to "like" both comments, but a window appeared claiming "You have reached your quota of positive votes for the day" Hmm. Cheers
  8. Howdy. I was wondering, is there a way to know how many words per chapter one has? I only see "total words". Is it possible? Cheers
  9. Cool! Yes, I do have Storyist for Mac and for IOS. So, I guess I'll continue with this setup. Cheers
  10. Hi! The newest update includes a thing called "native edition for scrivener files". How does this work? Should I start a new project if I want to use Scrivener for Mac? How do I migrate? Should I? Or should I continue to simply use Storyist in Mac and Ipad versions? Mind you, I'm just a writer with basic notions of these software thingies. Cheers
  11. What do you guys recommend? Is it better to sync with ICloud or with dropbox?
  12. Hi! I will certainly NOT laugh mockingly at you! No, I'm not on full screen. Odd isn't it? But the "help" thingy is just not working. On the other hand, you seem to have a wonderful sense of humour, which, I hope, you are including in your writing. Cheers.
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