First of all I wold like to thank you and your team for the great software.
I found it quite recently and was really impressed by its features, approach and plans of the developers.
I am close to recognizing The Causality as an ideal program for developing and recording story )
But I'm missing one little thing.
Now I use a bunch of Aeon Timeline (for scheduling) and Scrivener (to write the script).
And the only thing in which The Causality is inferior to them is the lack of a chronological timeline.
In Aeon Timeline all events are first placed on a chronological timeline with reference to dates and times, if necessary. And then, in narrative mode, we can choose in which sequence these events will be located in the script. So we simultaneously see both the real sequence of events in the world of story, and the sequence of presenting events to the viewer/reader.
This is an extremely valuable feature, especially for complex stories, for example, detective stories, where the chronology of events is extremely important, sometimes up to a second.
In The Causality we can work in almost the same way, just by muting events that we don't want to show in the script and have the chronological timeline on the whiteboard, but at the same time we have problems with the events:
a) events do not have a date/time;
b) flashbacks/flashforwards is out of place because we have to place them in the place where they will be shown to the viewer, and not in the place where they are chronologically.
My questions are:
1. Are you planning to add a chronological timeline function?
I think the presence of this function will significantly expand the application areas of The Causality and the number of customers.
2. What is the best way to work with flashbacks/flashforwards in the current version of The Causality?