Write Different: Z-Write Updated

Stone Table Software has updated the "non-linear" word processing application, Z-Write, to version 1.2.1. Z-Write allows users to work with a number of different file types inside one document, allowing for a different, and arguably improved, work flow. The new version offers improvements will addressing a number of bugs. According to Stone Table Software:

Stone Table Software has released Z-Write 1.2.1, a free maintenance update of their revolutionary "non-linear" word processor for creative writers.

Z-Write 1.2.1 fixes several problems with the recent Z-Write 1.2, including an issue with Mac OS 9.1 that occasionally prevented Z-Write from launching.

This update also fixes problems with HTML Export, the File Import command, and creation dates being lost on saved files.

Z-Write is the worldis first non-linear word processor. Instead of the nightmare of managing hundreds of separate word processing files of notes, ideas, chapters, revisions, character bios, bibliography information, quotations, website locations, etc., Z-Write allows the writer to store unlimited documents in a single file!

With support for unlimited Sections of information, Z-Write makes finding and organizing the disparate snippets of text associated with large writing projects a snap. Users are free to organize information any way they want. Move, combine, and print out just the Sections needed. Manage multiple versions of chapters, export a completed book as linked HTML files or Rich Text Format, even view multiple Sections at the same time.

Unlike a personal information manager (PIM), Z-Write is real word processor, designed for handling huge novels and complicated research projects. Unlike "idea managers," Z-Write knows that ultimately your Sections need to be combined to create a uniform piece of writing.

Z-Write eschews the bloat of many of todayis word processors, offering simplicity and elegance. Streamlined for writing, it stays out of your way so you can actually get work done.

Z-Write is available for US$20. You can find more information at the Stone Table Software Web site.

Sign Up for the Newsletter

Join the TMO Express Daily Newsletter to get the latest Mac headlines in your e-mail every weekday.

No Comments

Log-in to comment