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Thanks a lot, really appreciated. And fear not -- neither are we dropping out, nor are we going to be discouraged by the critical success Scrivener 2.0 will be receiving. We're here to stay; we intend to be on the Mac App Store, and we feel as if we can be a good citizen in the upcoming Mac OS X release (Lion).
And although right now we're focusing on Dadalus touch for iPad, we're also steadily working on Ulysses. Steadily coming up with new ideas or improvements. These things need time, though, as it's much harder to come up with something new than to implement (or derive from it) it once you've seen it work.
So thanks again, and welcome back. :)
Actually, text selection is not that big of a problem, once you adjust to some advanced techniques: Double tapping a word, two-finger tap, two-finger tap'n'hold and move - the only thing I still find problematic is moving the insertion point, e.g. to correct a single character within a word.
However, a lot of the problems can be lessened by increasing the font size and/or leading, which effectively increase the hit zones for our big, clumsy (often smeary) fingers. :)
@godot: In fact, we have very very few users that still run on Tiger. All data that we have for this is the version information passed along with the automatic check for updates. According to this data, only 1% of all users run on 10.4. But even more interesting is the fact that even only 13% are still running on Leopard. The rest -- well over 80% -- are running Snow Leopard.
Because of these numbers, we will drop Tiger support in the near future. Existing users can remain with the unofficial support in Ulysses 2.0.x or the official support in Ulysses 1.6. The next major Update, Ulysses 2.1, will only run on Mac OS 10.5 or newer.
There are multiple reasons for us as developer to upgrade: first, having less platforms to support means less platforms to test for. second, being able to drop Tiger support enables us to program more efficient and more reliable. E.g. we could switch to garbage collection which would cause fewer crashes etc. There are more aspects to this story, we know. However, these two are the most important for us.
here is no such list. Officially, Ulysses 2.0 does not support Tiger as well. However, there are a few things that don't seem to work. The notes panel in fullscreen (new in 2.0) and the new style settings (modified since 1.6) are the ones know to us. You're free to use it, but should be aware that we do not provide official support.