Manuskript has been critiqued a lot about its “ugly” clustered interface. Things are not perfect yet, but I’ve put a lot of work into that, and overall it looks much better. A few recent improvements Following is a display of some of the improvements that have been done to manuskript’s interface. Some of those are quite[…]
Manuskript 0.5.0 is out! This latest release is a culmination of many fixes and enhancements that improve the robustness and overall usability of Manuskript. What’s new? QtWebEngine support UI improvements Block insertion cursor New flash card style Text alignment OPML export format Many bugs fixed Here’s a look at the updated User Interface: Download Manuskript[…]
Manuskript 0.4.0 is out ! Development is slowly going forward on github, thanks to many people contributing with: bug reports, ideas, code, and even donations. Thanks to all of them ! Special thanks to Curtis Gedak (maintainer of: GParted, EBookGenTools, and SolitaireCG) who’s been really helpful lately ! What’s new? A much better export system, working with markdown, using[…]
Manuskript has now been packaged for OS X: Most of the features work as expected. On the retina display of the computer I used, I had to increase quite a lot the default font-size in settings to have something usable. So you might have to do that as well (Preferences > Views > Text Editor[…]
Hey, manuskript 0.3.0 is out ! So, what’s new? Most changes happened under the hood. Here are the most important: 1. New file format I have been dissatisfied for a while with the single-file format: it doesn’t allow versioning, collaborative editing nor out-of-manuskript editing. Pushed by one of my interlocutor, I opted for a different[…]
Thanks to @vmpajares, you can now try manuskript 0.2.0 on Windows 32 bits or 64 bits. Just download manuskript-0.2.0-windows.zip, unzip it, and run manuskript/manuskript.exe. Try it, and let me know what you think of it !
The first few feedbacks I got for manuskript were encouraging. They tended to show that having a free software for writers in that line was not such a bad idea. Yet this is just the begining, and the road is long. There are many questions to answer, and hard strategic decisions for the future of[…]
After a few months of coding on my own, I decided to release Manuskript. It’s still very much a work in progress, yet it can already be used. I believe it may help fill the void for open-source tool for writers. As will be evident, it is heavily inspired by Scrivener (though I never ran[…]