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As a former Scrivener user I was looking for a simple to use yet efficient writing tool and after experimenting with several others I eventually choosed novelWriter, mainly because of its ease of setting/modifying the book structure and the reference tagging facility. Also it speaks French and it's free ... what else would I need ? See More
While many Markdown editors don't offer specific support for a certain type of workflow, or offer features for scientific workflows only, Zettlr offers features that help the writing process of journalists or researchers in the arts and humanities. It's a lot more text-focused than most editors. See More
Compared to more than 30 alternatives, paid and free, this is the best option, still not perfect, there are some bugs like creating / editing tables and resizing images, but the PROS destroy the CONS: easy quotes, WYSIWYM , attachments tab (supports attaching and opening links to any file), table of contents, TAGs, easy hyperlink between files (same as citations), export to many formats (like Word, HTML5, PDF), etc. See More