tmanasa wrote:Will we be able to install 2.0 along side 1.54? I'd like to start out like that because of the project I'm currently working on.
Yes, it will be possible to work that way as the new version will use its own preference files, however there will be a few caveats to watch out for, particularly in the realm of Services, QuickLook, and Scrivener's support files, like project templates and such. Nothing major, but you'll experience a few quirks here and there that either introduce confusion or make the system a little quirky. I've been using the 2.0 test build alongside 1.x for quite a long while now as I still need the latter for support, so it is definitely doable; you will want to transition as soon as possible though---if not just to get rid of the quirks, but because I think you'll find it worth updating your projects and continuing your work in 2.0 as soon as you are comfortable with it---which shouldn't take too long. Even though it has a lot of new stuff, it looks and feels just like the Scrivener you are already used to.