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Un correcteur d'orthographe qui aide les écrivains, les romanciers et les étudiants avec des formatages prédéfinis, des fonctions d'importation de fichiers, des tableaux de bord, des balises META, des modèles, des listes de documents automatisées et plus encore.
Notes moyennes91 avis
- Note globale 4.6 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4 / 5
- Service client 4.4 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.5 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.6 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 40,84 $US/unique
- Version gratuite Non
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Mobile (iOS natif)
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Literature & Latte
En savoir plus sur Scrivener
Un logiciel correcteur d'orthographe qui aide les écrivains à écrire et finaliser leurs écrits avec des tableaux d'idées et des éditeurs de texte en passant par le formatage du manuscrit.
Scrivener - Fonctionnalités
- Correcteur contextuel
- Correcteur grammatical
- Dictionnaire / Synonymes
- Détection de plagiat
- Rapports et statistiques
- Vérification de la ponctuation
- Vérification du style d'écriture
- Vérification orthographique
- Éditeur de texte
Avis les plus utiles sur Scrivener
Publié le 16/10/2019
Doing research with Scrivener
Commentaires: I am using it for collecting information for my research and writing drafts. It helps me to be better organised. However, its licensing terms and compatibility issues between Mac and Windows version are off-putting.
Avantages: I do like many things in Scrivener. Even though it is meant mainly for writers, it has so many features and I am not using all of them. For me, it is usually the tool that I am often coming back to when I want to start some new research, collect information, store excerpts from secondary literature and write drafts. And it does it very well! I love especially the split view for documents and how easy it is to create new subdocuments and folders and move everything around. I love it. Also, it is great that one can add various icons to folders and documents. I also like a very generous trial version which allows you to use it for 30 non-consecutive days of use!
Firstly, it would be great if there would be just one personal license that I could use both on Mac and Windows. I bought the version 2 for Mac but I am still hesitating to put money into the Windows version. The reason is that it would not be just one-time purchase but I would have to do a similar thing with every major update (they are, however, rare).
Another issue for users of multiple platforms is that Mac version 3 is currently not compatible with the stable Windows version 1, only with the beta version 3 for Windows (there is no version 2 for Windows). And the beta version 3 is still not perfect and I experienced multiple (although smaller) issues with it.
I perfectly understand that the team of Scrivener programmers is extremely small and that they are doing an unbelievable amount of work, however, this is still an issue for me and the waiting for the Windows version 3 is just long.
There is iOS version but now Android version. (And yeas, Linux version would be also nice but it is probably essential.)
Finally, there are a couple of minor complaints:
- Handling of images could be much improved, especially their resizing is cumbersome.
- Better integration of Scapple would be great.
- Better compatibility between Windows and Mac version (hopefully it will be done with the final version of the Windows app) The main reason why I am not using Scrivener all the time is, in the end, its license and the lack of better mind mapping functions (like Scapple).
Publié le 07/10/2019
Scrivener, My Unpaid, but Super-powered Writer's Assistant
Commentaires: So many features that save time. I can access character and location profiles instantly. This is very important to me. I can import files from MS Word so that i can work further on them. I can format my manuscripts.
As a writer of fiction I have used MS Word for all of this century so far, until I came across Scrivener. After using Word for so many years it was a bit of a challenge to change to a new writing program. My writing habits were fully formed in Word, but there were features lacking in Word that I would have hoped would be there.
For example instead of using the tried and true method of using index cards to set up scenes, Scrivener has a storyboard feature permitting a writer to examine and compare individual files on its ‘corkboard’. A far superior method than laying printed sheets on the table or floor to move them around and change the sequence of events, This works well for me because I can stop and write a scene that may come to mind is out of the story sequence without losing it forever. And, most importantly for me personally, I can save my knees from crawling around on the floor moving those awful index cards.
I love the ability to write character profiles and back story, save them and access them whenever I need to enter info about their personality, wardrobe and other details. There is also the ability to keep scene/location profiles to access as needed. This keeps my story consistent in the fine points that the reader will remember and I might forget while writing. These features insure my credibility as a writer, and I like that.
Scrivener is so much more than a word processor; it is my digital assistant who does not require a salary or benefits.
Inconvénients: There is quite a learning curve. Patience is the virtue needed here. But it is well worth the effort.
Publié le 28/08/2019
Powerful tool to energize your writing efforts
Commentaires: When I first started using Scrivener, I was skeptical of the enthusiasm of my colleagues for the software, but it allows me to organize so much information in one application, that the benefits couldn't be denied. It serves you throughout the entire writing process, from brainstorming to publishing. And the tracking abilities keep you on your deadline during the entire time.
1. There's a wide variety of tools available in Scrivener
2. The Binder allows you to have your research and manuscript in the same window
3. The Binder is great for structuring your ideas without resorting to a different app for outlining/corkboard
4. Tools for tracking progress built in
5. Many options for publishing the document into a more standard format
6. The price can't be beat
1. It's hard to get it to work well with syncing and maintaining format
2. It doesn't support markdown very well
3. It requires some effort to master
Publié le 20/08/2019
The one tool you need for writing
Commentaires: Writing with all windows and tools open is as great as writing with the distraction-free mode. The level and types of organization makes it a breeze for me to write articles for my company's intranet, research papers, blogging articles, the 2 books that I'm working on and even my todo lists and general notes. The user interface is intuitive and I love the new dark mode in version 3. The way is handles metadata and internal document variables, allow me to create contracts that can change vendors and names fast and to ensure the quality of my writing stays within standards. The backup and shapshots features allow fro safety while working and the authoring environment is great when working on new documents and want to also compare or take data from old documents.
Avantages: Scrivener is created for writers by writers. And when I say writers, I don't mean only the ones that write stories, scripts and books. I mean anyone that writes, from shopping lists and todo tasks to contracts, research papers and beyond. It allows for an outline organization of the document(s) like a binder, plus tagging and grouping of pages in various ways. Supports many other things like cork-boards, many levels of hierarchies and advanced output to many industry standard formats. It also support multimedia files to be saved within the project file and to be references from within you documents, perfect for research and citations. You can even download the mobile app and save your project files in Dropbox and have all your content everywhere synced and ready. I use it for everything written.
Inconvénients: The developers haven't synchronized their production pipelines yet, so there are differences between the versions for Windows and MacOS. The Windows version follows closely but with delays. I don't mind that, I use the Windows version and the iOS app and they work perfectly ok. At the time of writing I also switched to the beta version 3 on Windows and it seems to work steady enough even for real work. In general there are no major concerns for me when it comes to working with Scrivener. I consider it a great product and a top notch tool.
Publié le 22/12/2018
One of the best writing software out there
Commentaires: Overall my experience with Scrivener has been good, I try to stick to only the features I need and ignore the rest which is probably why I've yet to encounter any major issue.
-Easy to use: Scrivener is easy to use (If you ignore all the extra features you probably won't need), even better when you load/start it for the first time, it opens a tutorial of sorts that explains different parts of the software and how it's used. Scrivener is really popular so there are lots of tutorials online on how to use it.
-Auto Save: Unlike Work with can autosave every minute (If you go to options>save>) Scrivener autosaves every few seconds so you'll rarely ever lose your work. I'm a bit paranoid and since I have Dropbox on my comp, I save my work to a folder on Dropbox so I always have a backup of sorts.
-Easy to Outline/Plan your novel: One of the reasons I use Scrivener to write is because it allows me to outline my book and arrange it in handly folders. So I have a folder for characters, settings, research, outline, rough draft, final draft etc. Like Evernote, I can save a link for research for offline use. depending on the content of the link, it can be exported into a text which I can read instead of going online.
-Word Count: I use Scrivener for Nanowrimo I set a goal of 50k words in 30 days and with Scrivener I can count the number of words per chapter/per day/ and how close I am to achieving my goal of 50k words.
Technically I can use Scrivener to convert my manuscript into an ebook, but I don't use this feature.
Inconvénients: - Exporting your manuscript into an ebook is complicated as hell. I watched three tutorials on YouTube and it still wasn't easy. -No Android App: I have Scrivener on my personal comp and work computer, and I have Dropbox on both computers so it's easy to write from home or work, but I'd also like to have a mobile app so I can write on the go. There's an IOS app but no Android app, I hope they work on that.