This small teaser serves as an introduction to Ulysses in the
fast lane. Find out what makes writing in Ulysses so special, and get to know the interface
and core concepts like semantic text editing. For more in-depth information, feel free
to watch the other Screencasts.
# Episode 1 - Introduction
This first episode is mostly an introductory episode to
the whole application. You'll get a tour of the interface and also hear about
the most important concepts of Ulysses. In addition to introducing semantic editing
using Paragraph and Inline Styles, the idea of exporting is also presented.
# Episode 2 - Semantic Editing
This Screencast introduces the most important concept
of Ulysses: Semantic Text Editing. You'll learn about Styles & Markers, how to
place them in your texts, how to create custom styles and how to use them during export. Filmed using Ulysses 1.6. Please be aware that the Preferences
received a major overhaul in Ulysses 2. The appearance for Styles & Markers can now be
adjusted in Fonts & Colors.
# Episode 3 - Export
In this Screencast, we give you insight on how to make your
documents look great on paper. Ulysses can export to a rich variety of file formats
(including LaTeX, PDF and Word) and Götz gives you an overview over them, goes
into the settings and also has some neat tips & tricks to beautify your finished documents. Filmed using Ulysses 1.6
# Episode 4 - Advanced Features
After covering the basic features and concepts of Ulysses, this
Screencast dives into more advanced topics: We'll show how to search & replace Styles
and you'll get to know Project Notes and Text Trash. We then get into the two Fullscreen
Modes, and finally show how to automatically backup your projects and customize Ulysses'
interface to suit your needs. Filmed using Ulysses 1.6. Please be aware that the Preferences
received a major overhaul in Ulysses 2. Although the concepts remain the same, some
settings were relocated.