Storyist for Mac 3.5 is out! This release adds support for a very popular feature request: Creating PDFs for Print.
Starting in version 3.5, you can use the book templates in Storyist to turn your manuscript into a print-ready PDFs. The new book editor lets you add front matter (like a table of contents); specify verso/recto pages; and set trim size, margins, and bleed.
Blurb Trade Book Templates
Storyist has partnered with Blurb, a popular self-publishing platform, to provide you with book creation and distribution tools that make it easy to print and sell your work. Use the included print-optimized templates to quickly build beautiful Blurb Trade Books.
Storyist for Mac 3.4 is out, and adds support for the Touch Bar on the 2016 MacBook Pros.
Apple describes the Touch Bar as follows:
The Touch Bar replaces the function keys that have long occupied the top of your keyboard with something much more versatile and capable. It changes automatically based on what you’re doing to show you relevant tools you already know how to use — system controls like volume and brightness, interactive ways to adjust or browse through content, intelligent typing features like emoji and predictive text, and more.
Here is the “and more” that Storyist 3.4 brings to the table:
The text bar, active when you’re using the text editor, adds Touch Bar shortcuts for:
Setting text color
Setting text alignment
The outline bar, active when you’re in outline mode, adds shortcuts for:
Choosing a background color
The storyboard bar, active when you’re in storyboard (index card) mode, adds shortcuts for:
Settings the zoom factor
Choosing an index card color
Project View Bar
The project view bar shortcuts for adding files and folders to your project.
Have a new MacBook Pro? Download the trial version and take it for a spin.