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.
A scene in Quoll Writer is, as you would expect, just like a scene in a story. You use scenes within Quoll Writer to mark points in the text where a new scene begins.
Scenes can have plot outline items associated with them. The plot outline items can be used to identify major points or beats within a chapter or scene, you can then go straight to those points for easy reference.
When you add a scene to a chapter any plot outline items present in the chapter, up until the next scene or the end of the chapter, will be added automatically to the scene.
An example scene is shown below:
Scenes can be linked to other scenes (from any chapter) and to other items ensuring that sub-plots are coherent and that story threads can be followed.