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Outliner Writing Environments

I am waiting anxiously for your conclusions, before I spend any moremoney and time on new programmes!

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I have used CopyWrite, which isfairly simple, but seriously lacking in some basics like rearrangingscenes/chapters/characters and changing hierarchy. I have StoryLines from Anthemion software, which is verybuggy for the Mac but has some potential as an outliner. However, itcrashes half the time. The only print option is the screenwritingversion, so I think it has a long way to go before it’s truly useful forme.

I have tried Tinderbox and likethe fact that it is a nice mirror to the way my brain works. It isn’tnecessarily very beautiful, but then again neither is the inside of myhead. It would be very nice if the textbox option had a full-screenview for uncluttered writing, but clicking the little arrow at thebottom gets me close enough. Also, I’d like to be able to see thechildren’s names inside the containers from the base level view. I willprobably never use it for a weblog, so it may be overkill; as it is, I’ma long way from understanding what Tinderbox can do for my writing. I’vebeen spending way too much time researching and figuring out programmesand not enough time writing.

I have tried demos of NovaMind andInspiration;both are nice enough, but just not exactly what I’m seeking. NovaMindwould be better if there was an “explorer-type view” in the outline viewor at least a way of seeing written text in the outline view.Inspiration is great for the kids, but I find it pales in comparison toNovaMind for brainstorming and mind-mapping.

It would be helpful to hear how other writers are using the varioussoftwares in their work.

Thanks for tackling this review.

—Heidi Eder

Synergy 3.0

You may want to look into the free Quicksilver tool. Apart from being a true OS Xswiss-knife, the iTunes module and the triggers areequally adept in providing the functionality you describe.

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—Anupam Sengupta

I use Quicksilver too, although not for controlling iTunes. Goodcatch!

—David Thompson

OpenMenu X 1.0.2

Your questions about the value of this program are spot on. I love it.But then I also use Linux and Windows at work so am used to this kind ofcustomization and using a right-click contextual menu.

People used to the old Mac one-button mouse won’t even know what this isabout. So call it a power user’s delight. My wife has turned the rightclick on her new mighty mouse to a double-click and would never see thevalue.

—Michael McKee

Fission 1.1

I looked at Fission, and really liked it from an editing standpoint, butmissed the ability to record into it in the first place. I’m recordingspoken audio for the 365tomorrows podcast, and currently using AmadeusII to capture and edit. Fission appears to be a much more capableeditor, and I love the fact that it’s Universal, though Amadeus Pro isin beta, and is also Universal (but I haven’t tried it yet).

My recording needs are simple, basically to capture a stream of audiofrom a mic, where I normally read the same paragraph over and over untilI’m happy with it, then move on and slice and dice the resulting file atthe end, so but for the lack of a recording feature, Fission looks to bean excellent tool. Does Fission have a recording ability that I’mmissing, or is there any indication this might be added as a feature?Alternately, what would the best audio capture program be that wouldcomplement Fission’s editing capabilities?

—Stephen R. Smith

I agree that recording capabilities would be nice. You didn’t missanything—Fission does not have a recording function.

You might consider the upgrade for QuickTime Pro, which would let youcreate both audio and video recordings within QuickTime Player.Those files could then be opened and edited in Fission. Whether ornot recording capability added to Fission—someone from Rogue Amoebawill have to respond to that one. I have a feeling something mightbe in the works.

—Lee Bennett

Photoshop for the Curious

This is a great idea for a series of columns. I have had Photoshop onvarious Macs since at least version 5. Even so, I don’t really know theprogram that well. It sounds like this is right up my alley. I can’twait until we get to some of the color issues. Keep ’em coming.

—Sylvester Roque

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What a great holiday gift! Thank you so much for the Photoshop column! Ihave just started to use the program a little bit by trial and error andsome tips from others. It is really helpful to have the tool paletteexplained, and your descriptions are very clear. I look forward to thenext edition!

—Karen Sharp

Coping With Mac OS X’s Font Rendering

My eye sight isn’t great, but I still prefer OS X’s smooth fonts to anyother OS. When I see OS 9’s ugly fonts I want to throw up. Don’t evenget me started on Windows.

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—Mike Cohen

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I just found your site in a somewhat desperate attempt to determinewhether or not to keep the otherwise gorgeous MacBook that I justbought. Won’t bore you with many details, but this was to be my firstMac in almost 20 years, since high school. Upon using the MacBook (withOS 10.4.6, I believe), my wife and I both noticed the “fuzzy font” issuethat you appear to be describing. No amount of fiddling with the fontsmoothing settings seems to remedy the situation. Neither of us is awriter, but I am an attorney and my wife and I both spend a good bit oftime staring at fonts on the screen. We got the MacBook in part for itsmedia capabilities to handle pictures and movies of our daughters, but,if we can’t fix the font issue, it might be a deal killer for us aswell. Did you ever find an acceptable solution? If we can’t find one,I’m afraid we may have to return to the Wintel side of the world. Thanksin advance for any help you might be able to offer.

—Adam

I’m afraid I have not discovered any new techniques since writingthe article. In my case, if I use applications that let me controlthe fonts, and if I’m careful to choose the more readable fonts,it’s tolerable. The upcoming Mac OS X Leopard will featureresolution independence. This will not make the fonts any lessfuzzy, however it will essentially let you increase the font sizesystem-wide. The fuzzy edges are much less of a problem with largerfont sizes, so if you’re willing to trade some pixels for morereadable fonts, this might help you.

—Michael Tsai

AppleWorks Files

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I read your review aboutAppleWorks 6. Just a short question. I have Mac OS 8.6 and am using the5.0 version. I use it for labels on the back of photos I sell and planto buy a new iMac.

Can I open my old AppleWorks files on the new iMac when I transfer themto the new computer?

—Bill

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You would need to upgrade to AppleWorks 6 in order to run it on anew Intel-based iMac, unless you use an emulator.

—Michael Tsai

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