A bit more on the changes in 3.100.
As I mentioned the focus has been on rewriting the major editors and exports. I’ve made a lot of progress on the redesign and rewrite. I’m still have the PDF, OPML, and Scrivener exports to redo, but these should be relatively quick given the redesign is reusable across most formats.
Here is a screenshot of the new export control view. Again, it’s more organized and compact than the old one.
As part of this redesign and improved formatting, I’m including a feature I’ve wanted for a while. You’ll be able to include your own ePub covers directly from the app. Here is a screenshot of an ePub generated by Auteureist™ 3.100. You probably won’t be able to choose your own photo until a version soon after 3.100, but this lays the groundwork.
A new feature in 3.100 includes support for TouchID rather than using a password. If you don’t want to protect your work you don’t have to, but if you choose to hide your work, you can use your fingerprint.
There are some other optimizations in speed and graphics quality along with some bug fixes.
3.100 should be ready in a month or two. I’ll be busy participating in NaNoWriMo again this year, so coding will be cut back as usual while I focus on writing.
Oh one more thing…