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WriterDuet's Blog by Dennis Budde - 8M ago

We’re really proud of the newest version of WD, WriterDuet version 4. This is our most dramatic update yet in terms of user experience and design, and we also have a number of new features in our never-ending quest to enhance the creative process.

Here are some of the awesome things to look out for in the new version:
  1. Total design overhaul. As you can see below, we have a new layout designed around maximizing the amount of the page that is visible at any one time. Without sacrificing simplicity, we’ve also gotten sleeker on menus, modals and everything else.
  2. Faster performance. All scripts should be faster and write smoother, whether they are one page or one thousand pages.
  3. Better portfolio. The portfolio is now just a popup, with way faster load time, shared folders, search, and easy click-and-drag.
  4. WriterSolo modeFor Pro users who have the desktop application, WriterDuet files from your computer open in this new, strictly offline mode instead of opening a new WriterDuet project. If you already used Save within WriterDuet to save a project file to your computer, then double-clicking that file will still open the existing project in WriterDuet. This same rule applies to using File > Open File in the WriterDuet desktop application. If you want to save a new file to the cloud, open WriterDuet and then use File > New and File > Import from there to import the file. Note: There is no need to download the separate WriterSolo app, as WriterDuet already has that built in.
  5. Lots more! Simpler auto-save, new templates (books, plus right-to-left scripts), Adobe Story import, and a new notification system, to name a few. And as always, the groundwork for a future of endless creative possibility!

Other than that, things should be pretty familiar! We’ve moved a few things around the menu, but you can still find them with the feature search under the Help menu. If you’re looking for some guidance on the new layout, our new Quick-Start Tutorial is on Youtube.

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