StoryBox Somewhat Weekly #5

So late on this update. Been far too busy with the contract work. It’s getting close to the end of the project, and the time frame for it is getting tight, so it’s taking more and more of my time.

In any case, I’ve just uploaded Version 0.0.30 of StoryBox, with some changes and fixes to support some of the people that have actually started to check it out. The usual crashes and things to be expected when first real users get their hands on it, and some other insights, too. It’s really nice to be getting some feedback.

Most of it is coming via the “bug” button on the UI, which is probably the quickest way to tell me what’s wrong. It’s making it easy on my side to keep track of things.

If you haven’t already, check it out on the StoryBox Downloads page. You can see everything I’ve fixed, added and changed as well as the frequency of the updates.

I just hope I don’t spend so much time working on it that I don’t have time for NaNoWriMo (which I’m very intent on winning this year).

4 thoughts on “StoryBox Somewhat Weekly #5”

  1. Hey, I’ve been trying out StoryBox and I really like it so far. It looks like it will be a great program. I was just wondering, is there a way to see all of the chapters together in the text editing panel? Without having to export? Like if I had written various scenes in a chapter and I wanted to see them all put together, is there a way to link them all together in one place on StoryBox? If not…maybe you’d consider adding a feature like that?

  2. That is one of the features on the list of stuff to do. I can’t say exactly when. I hope before NaNo starts, though.

  3. The latest version now has a preview mode that will allow you to preview (roughly) your document in an “assembled” fashion.

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