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jpkelley wrote:My problem is that OneDrive regards each separate automatic save as a "minor version" of the open file. Unfortunately there's a limit to the number of minor versions--about 500 or so in my case. All those saved versions represent about three or four days work, and I don't really need that much history.
OneDrive (or SharePoint) versioning is very helpful, so I don't want to turn it off. But I take your point: Scrivener has no way of knowing that I'm saving to a document library with versioning turned on, and thus no real way to stop or control the number of automatic saves. So I'll continue to look for other work-arounds, or (even better) find a way to turn the "Publish Major Version" command back on in SharePoint.
Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:23 pm Post
Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:27 pm Post
lunk wrote:It's more safe to have the active project on your hard drive and have the zipped backups on OneDrive...
Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:40 pm Post
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Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:48 am Post
devinganger wrote:OneDrive sync (even when going to a business/SharePoint backend store) is not always good about preserving Scrivener projects corruption-free.
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