Highland 1.0.2 adds a handy shift-return feature and support for lyrics, in addition to many bug fixes and performance tweaks.
We’ve had a great response to Highland, our plain-text screenwriting app, with lots of five star ratings that make us blush. We’re working on new features, but first we’re squashing some bugs. Here’s what’s new in 1.01: When you save (or autosave), Highland remembers where your cursor was. Because that’s How It Should Be. Highland [...]
Craig and John discuss the big Veronica Mars/Kickstarter news in one of the more contentious podcasts to date. If you like umbrage, this is the show for you.
Highland, our long-in-beta screenplay editor, is finally available in the Mac App Store today. It’s regularly priced at $19.99, but through the end of the month, it’s half-off at $9.99.
Fountain’s section and synopsis syntax work great for creating outlines.
Final Draft has released a new version of Final Draft Reader, adding support for iPhones to their heretofore iPad-only app.
A reader named Gerry wrote in to share his screenwriting workflow using Fountain, which includes Scrivener, iA Writer, Dropbox and Highland.
Stu Maschwitz explains how blogging led him to fall out of love with as-you-type formatting and embrace plain text.
Ben Godar uses Highland to read screenplays on his Kindle by converting PDFs.
My favorite new feature of Highland is Quick Look previews, which even let you preview Final Draft (.fdx) files.
Nima Yousefi has released an optimized code base for Fountain that’s ten times faster.
The new beta of Highland addresses .fdx export issues, Unicode characters, and support for Snow Leopard (OS 10.6).