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I know this is an old thread, but I wanted to jump on and contribute this response for anyone else who may wander by in the future. I found WaveMaker at https://wavemaker.co.uk/. For writing anytime or anywhere, this software cannot be beat! Here's what it can do: Synch your work to any computer, anywhere, at any time. Works in your browser or can be ...


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I just stumbled upon https://rhymebrain.com/en Given a word it returns a section that suggests rhymes for related words. They may not synonyms, but it is the only tool I have found so far.


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After successfully using disposable fountain pens for nearly two years, I switch to a dip pen. When you consume a pen a week, the main reason was a question of costs and pollution. A dip pen has the advantage that the ink is in a separate container, which can be properly sealed, and shaken to life when needed. Also, you can add both thickeners and thinners, ...


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I've always had good experiences with my Pilot Capless as something of an infrequent user (since I only use my fountain pens for pleasure writing rather than work) I've often gone several weeks without using it and always found that it "just worked" as they say. You can use it with pilot cartridges or you can fill it from bottle. As for jostling/portability ...


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I don't know whether this will help you or not, but the factor that determines whether a paper will blot ink (that is, whether it will draw ink into itself, letting the ink spread freely through the fibers, as opposed to letting the ink sit on the surface and dry, which is what you want especially for a wet-writing fountain pen) is what is called "sizing." ...


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