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Depending on the activated license DramaQueen runs as DramaQueen TEST, DramaQueen FREE, DramaQueen PLUS or DramaQueen PRO.

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  1. Luc Binette 10. June 2015 at 04:36 #

    I am quite keen in trying your software but my script is in Spanish. I am currently using Movie Magic Sctreenwriter because it has an acceptable tool to correct spelling errors. Any prospect that this could become available in DramaQueen? Congratulations for your creativity. LB

    • stippi 10. June 2015 at 09:24 #

      Hi Luc,

      DramaQueen has currently support for German and English as language for document texts. This is in the form of spell checking and smart type features (auto-completion of scene heading elements). The infrastructure is in place that we can add support for additional languages with relative ease, but I can’t give you a time-frame, yet. We would be interested in people who can help us make translations of some important script vocabulary (20 words or so) for the smart-type feature. If you are interested, you can contact us at Thanks and best regards, -Stephan (DramaQueen developer)

  2. Notabot 20. March 2019 at 21:36 #

    Hello. I can’t read your privacy statement and policies (yes, I do actually read such things before agreeing to them) but it takes me to a German (?) version, despite the web address having “lang=en” in it.

    • stippi 22. March 2019 at 09:22 #

      Hello! Thank you very much for your interest in DramaQueen. Our privacy statement has indeed currently no English translation, which we need to fix as soon as possible.

      For the meantime, I can recommend the service

      You can paste our privacy statement on the left and the translation on the right is astoundingly good. When you hit the limit of freely translatable text amount, you can remove text from the top to get more text translated below.

      Sorry for this inconvenience.

      Best regards,

  3. Michael Ricketts 4. December 2019 at 19:51 #

    I can’t seem to down load on my MAC. It’s a MacBook pro Catalina 10.15.1

    • DramaQueen 4. December 2019 at 22:14 #

      On macOS 10.15 “Catalina” the execution of the installer may be blocked with the message, that the package contents could not be checked for malicious software. This message is only displayed because DramaQueen has not been “notarized” by Apple. But in the ‘System preferences’ on the page ‘Security’ DramaQueen can be unblocked. (Other software is affected in the same way.)

  4. Armin Prediger 8. February 2020 at 23:49 #

    Long-time fan and supporter of your software here. I was wondering what the current timeline or estimated date of arrival of the audioplay format was. It seems to be imminent, and I would like to use it for some current projects, so I’m quite curious.

    I’ve been recommending your software to fellow writers and to students for quite some time now. Please keep up the excellent work!

    • DramaQueen 20. February 2020 at 17:23 #

      Thanks a lot for your support & recommendations! Yes, we already started implementing the audio and stage play format. Our timeline is to finalize and release the new series features first. Subsequently we will focus on the new formating options for plays. So we ask for a little more of your patience!

  5. Chris Bidmead 16. July 2021 at 13:33 #

    DramaQueen is described here ( as “a free screenwriting software program that’s compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux operating systems.”

    I can’t find the Linux download listed on this page.


    • stippi 16. July 2021 at 17:24 #

      Hi Chris, thanks for the note. Unfortunately, the linked site not quite up-to-date. We’ve had to put our Linux-support on hold, since there were very few users and statistics showed that we had almost no paying Linux users. While we could invest a one-time effort to update the packaging with recent dependencies, the Linux version is also a burden each time we do a release, taking up a significant portion of the process.

      Hope this gives some background on our decision to postpone the Linux version for the time being.

      Best regards,
      -Stephan (developer)

  6. Barry Kepp 17. December 2021 at 20:01 #

    can’t wait to use it

  7. Berenice 10. November 2022 at 16:51 #

    Hi! I love Drama Queen, honestly think is the best free screenwriting software out there. I wanna recommend it to my students, but does it support Spanish yet? Language is mainly the issue here.

    • DramaQueen 11. November 2022 at 09:05 #

      Thanks a lot for your vey nice feedback. :) The program interface isn’t available in Spanish yet but you can change the language of texts to ‘Spanish’ in the Document settings. This applies to the spell checking, the scene heading options or the title page. You can find the Document settings in the main menue ‘Layout’ -> ‘General’ -> tab ‘Document’.

  8. Veronica Taylor 6. November 2023 at 12:58 #

    Well, I’m not sure what to say as I’ve left a comment above. Well, I do thank you and appreciate your trial version as money is very tight for me at this time.–Veronica Taylor

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