Storyist for Mac 3.5 is out. It contains new features, bug fixes and performance improvements.
- Print-Ready PDFs. Use the book templates in Storyist to turn your manuscript into a print-ready PDFs. The new book editor lets you add front matter (like a table of contents); specify verso/recto pages; and set trim size, margins, and bleed.
- Blurb Trade Book Templates. Storyist has partnered with Blurb, a popular self-publishing platform, to provide you with book creation and distribution tools that make it easy to print and sell your work. Use the included print-optimized templates to quickly build beautiful Blurb Trade Books.
- Split and Merge Tools. You can now split and merge text files.
- Page numbers can now be displayed as roman numerals.
- Support for macOS High Sierra.
- Fixed a bug in style editor preventing edited styles from being applied to the text in certain circumstances.
- Fixed a bug preventing styles that inherit from styles with a heading level from having a body text level.
- When you delete a template in the template chooser, Storyist now deletes the associated plist file in the application support directory.
- Storyist no longer crashes in certain rare circumstances when changing the outline popup in the navigation bar.
- Large text files now load faster.
- Footers with different first page values are now saved and restored properly.
You can read more about it on the Storyist blog.