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Wish 1 version worked for Mac & PC
on December 1, 2012
Not much, if anything, has changed from the previous five versions. No uniquely new features. I've used this product for years and decided to "upgrade." If you have Final Draft from a previous version there is absolutely NO reason to purchase a newer or upgraded version. I wish Final Draft could have put just a few production tools i.e.. Budgeting, Scheduling, Release Forms, etc., Nothing major just an overhaul. What it's designed to do it does best however, which is to format scripts. My biggest gripe however is that the individual software itself is not cross platform. I use both Macs and PCs. There is no reason, being that it's essentially word editing software and not 3d motion graphics software, that Final Draft is not cross platform. Further, there is no reason to get excited about this software being the next version will, in all likelihood be the same thing with a new version number assigned to it.