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a word processor for writers yWriter is a word processor for writers which breaks your novel into chapters and scenes, helping you keep track of your work while leaving your mind free to create. With yWriter you can organize your novel using a project, add chapters, scenes, characters, items and locations and display the word count for every file in the project, along with a total. The program saves a log file every day, allowing you to track your progress (words per file and total), and creates automatic backups at user-defined intervals. yWriter allows multiple scenes (with multiple characters) within chapters and offers viewpoint character, goal, conflict and outcome fields for each scene. Other features include a Storyboard view that displays a visual layout of your work, the ability to re-order scenes within chapters, drag and drop of chapter scenes characters, items and location, automatic chapter renumbering and much more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Spacejock Software Price Free
Version  history Last updated Sep 10, 2020
File Size 7.39 Mb Requirements .NET Framework 4.5

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Badly made 1 stars by darkocean Nov 28, 2017 (Read all my 36 reviews)
It's one of those programs only the maker has any clue on how to use. I can't figure out where the actual typing area to start a chapter is at. That's just me though, if I can't figure out a program right away I ditch it. Well, not always but if I have tried every menu option and still can't find the simplest of things (the whole point of installing the program is to write in it.) then the hell with it. And, the search continues. I give this an epic fail, should be K.I.S.S. show Review details
Very useful 5 stars by adrian40 Jul 24, 2017
I have recommended this software to others on an online writing course. Its sections simply allow a novel to develop with a constant overview of where it is going. As you go along, characters can have their characteristics recorded, and these are returned to later on to check with consistency. The arrangement into flexible chapters and sections allows one to imagine the novel as a film, each section being a scene. At suitable points the construction can be turned into one .RTF file (and from that elsewhere I create a .PDF file with a picture cover). The .RTF is enough. The software accepts pictures for reference and so I have drawn characters and added a map. This is one of those 'other' text writing programs that works and gives added value. show Review details
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