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All I have is RTF via Highlight-Text > CTRL+B/U/I (I recognize that CTRL+I is already used for Display Word Count, but still) and CTRL+ALT+S > and Safe as.rtf-formats. Nineteen out of 19 found that useful. I' ve stored my data after I've written a little while.
I open it a few day later and every single thing I've written is gone. Sixteen out of 17 found that useful. I' m writing cartoons and fanfics with it and theres only one issue that I sometimes face when I try to copy a part of what I have written, it goes woof and I have to try a few more times to copy what I want.
The best free write application available. Ten out of ten found that useful. They are one of my most used instruments and I love having a focus in my work. It''d be infinitely useful. Ten out of ten found that useful. Eight out of eight found that useful.
After all, I am always amazed at how much I wrote in one single workday. All in all a great programme. Six out of six found that useful. However, every times I "edit" a section or something and click on "save", my changes are not "saved". If I don't click on store to see if I am the issue and it stores my work automaticly!
I' m going to write my things into another application and insert them now and then to do a spelling verification and a target for counting words. Sixteen out of 20 found that useful. It' difficult to write freely, especially if you' re always tempted by Microsoft Word to think about fonts, page break and grammar.
It' s as efficient as typing by hand: there are no diversions on the monitor. Also, active saving work, number of words targets, great port. A 10/10 would be a good idea for anyone who needs to eliminate distraction from the display while typing. Four out of four found that useful. I have a cleaner working place and basic utilities that make it easy for me to concentrate.
Four out of four found that useful. "I' " must be the best distraction-free authoring application I've ever downloaded. A must-have for any writer who needs a basic yet high-performance authoring instrument. Three out of three found that useful.