Please note: due to time constraints the help has not yet been updated to reflect the current version of Quoll Writer. It will be updated soon!
Information on how Quoll Writer has changed from version to version.
Information about the main Quoll Writer window.
Information about creating and managing projects.
Information about creating and managing chapters.
Information about creating and managing scenes and plot outline items.
Everything you need to know about working in full screen mode.
Details about using Editor Mode to work with others to get feedback on your work.
Information about adding and managing ideas.
Information about warm-ups.
Quoll Writer is able to calculate the following readability indices:
For all the indices it is important to note that they are a guide only to the readaibility of the text. You should NOT use them to influence your writing or writing style. They are useful, mostly, for determining whether you are targeting the correct audience/age range and/or for providing an indication of whether your writing is more complex than you expect.
The Flesch Reading Ease score provides a numerical value on how difficult it is to read the text, the higher the value, the easier the text is to read. The scores map to the following ages:
Please see the wikipedia page for more details.
The Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level translates the numerical value given by the Flesch Reading Ease calculation and convert it to a U.S. grade level. Please see the wikipedia page for more details.
There are two ways to access the readability indices:
A window similar to the following will be displayed: