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I like writing with a really great pen. If the instrument feels good in my fingers and makes nice marks on the paper, then I'll enjoy the whole process more.
You could always also use a typewriter if you find one somewhere
While die-hard wordsmiths might cringe, dictation is a great way to get your words on paper!
I don't think you need to fear compatibility issues moving forward with Word, as it's more or less the business world's linga franca of text document file formats. And even if it goes belly-up, there's so much information corporations rely on that is captured in it, there will be conversion utilities. What you need to ask yourself is what's missing in ...
This has nothing to do with the source control, so the GIT support in V11 and 12 is a red herring. There is no better way of doing this, as of version 12 (April 2016). What you are doing and your work around are the only two ways I know of doing what you want. In our group, we use Track Changes for the changes that we want the author to review. We don't ...
I personally would use a mind mapper like freemind but there are many alternatives out there. You may want to look up an earlier question: How do you map out your storyline? which features a simple spreadsheet solution. References: http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page ...
Scrivener does all of what you're asking for. You can color code documents. You can organize documents in an outline, in a "corkboard," in various collections and categories, and in a hierarchy. You can create keywords represent anything that interests you (characters, locations, plot threads, themes, ...), tag each document with the relevant keywords, and ...
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