Scriptware is a feature-packed software program which allows screenwriters or common storytellers to quickly write down and organize their ideas through a user-friendly environment. It is mainly addressed to users who know what they are doing, but it is easy to figure out by novices as well.
The program is pretty intuitive to work with. It integrates some classical keyboard functions (e.g. Enter for starting a new line, Tab for quickly moving to the right); thus, you can use Scriptware as just another word processing tool, but with perks.
The utility is designed in such a manner that it automatically creates the format of your script. For example, actions are placed below a scene heading, dialogs are below character names, while extensions are to the right of a character name, and character names are positioned to the right of a script's left margin, just to name a few.
Plus, you can type in "int." or "ext." to signal Scriptware that you're about to create a scene heading. It is possible to check out details regarding your current project at any time, in the status bar; you can view details like the name of the project, along with the current action, page, line and column.
Scriptware use a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and includes user documentation. Its interface may appear outdated, but the app actually tries to capture the simplicity of classic word processors, in order to provide you with easy accessibility. Unfortunately, Scriptware has not been updated for a long time.