A beta version of Atomic Scribbler with SmartEdit is now available for download. As it’s a beta, it will contain some bugs. Please report any bugs you find here on the forums so I can fix them as quick as possible.
There is no documentation about this version of SmartEdit yet, but as the functionality is close to the Microsoft Word Add-In, the first three topics in the SmartEdit Knowledge Base give a good explanation of the various checks and how they work.
When you run SmartEdit for the first time inside Atomic Scribbler, it will run against the current scene only. You need to choose one of the Folder or Document buttons to enable the checks to be run on your entire work. See the screenshot below.
I’m hoping to have the release version available by the end of next week, with all bugs fixed. Feedback is very welcome. Anything you like or don’t like, something that doesn’t work as you’d expect it to, please let me know.
This is a substantial upgrade to Atomic Scribbler, merging it with an entirely separate product (a pricey product at that). As such, there will be changes — possibly big changes — to the way both products are marketed and sold. I’m working through that now.
If you already have a license for Atomic Scribbler, you won’t notice anything. Your license will include all the SmartEdit functionality.
If anyone trying out the beta doesn’t have an Atomic license and likes the SmartEdit addition, you should buy a license before the official Version 4 release at the end of next week. (And no, I don’t know what the changes in this area will be yet.) Likewise, if you have friends who you feel might like the SmartEdit addition, point them this way before the end of next week.
Thanks, and I hope you like the addition of SmartEdit to Atomic Scribbler.