Yes, but we are trying to keep feature parity between the Mac App Store edition and the one that we sell direct and through resellers, however Apple's Mac App Store submission guidelines required some minimal feature changes:
- Requirement to define at least one “work folder” beforehand
- No Auto Update by Quark (updates will be pushed via the Mac App Store)
- Does not support direct exporting eBooks in the Kindle format (*please see the workaround in the FAQ below)
- Java Scripting is not supported due to Apple App Store guidelines/API limitations which we are working to resolve soon.
- Path of Preferences/XTensions and all other dependencies moved to Containers Path (file system)
- File Import works in Column view on Mojave with mouse click only
- Cache Cleaner Tool not available
- Support only available via email
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