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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    markMDW :


    I'm beginning to work on a spell checker. I hope to use the LibreOffice dictionary.

    Surely when the 1.0 milestone is reached, I'll use a single project file. Yet, I'm not familiar...
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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    markMDW,

    Yes, there is a hyperlink feature for the table of content in Libreoffice. If you want a sample for that, I gave my personal template for novels in a previous post.
    If you want to go a...
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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    Quick answer to JedCurtis and MarkMDW :

    This problem comes from running Plume for 32 bit system in a 64 bit system. If you are running Ubuntu or the like, please install the package ia32-libs. ...
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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    Hi everyone,

    I'd like to add a few more programs I have tested on Linux

    Celtx : Linux/Windows/ maybe OSX (can't remember) It's nice to see they recently added a "novel" type of project next to...
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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    Scrivener is available for Windows in beta version. It's a timed trial. When the devs will have finished the port, we will have to pay.

    Like you, I love writing stories and I love Linux. Since...
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