Bhoritz wrote:Tried to share it with the Mac (import, find the file in Dropbox) and...
Don't 'import'. Just open the project in Scrivener. File -> Open
Or find it in Finder and double-click. You do have the Dropbox app installed on your Mac..?
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lunk wrote:If you alternate between Mac and iPad, rule number 1 is: always close the project before leaving the machine you are working on!
Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:20 pm Post
Bhoritz wrote:I am used to work on an iPad (with other apps) and I generally don't close them (which is why I sync everytime I begin to work again on it).
Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:35 pm Post
lunk wrote:You need to back out to the Project screen and sync every time you stop working on the iPad as well, or your changes won't be uploaded to the Dropbox server and thus can't be downloaded to the Mac. Did you possibly forget that?
lunk wrote:If you only use one Mac, it is usually okay to have Scrivener and even the project open on it even if you work on the same project on an iPad, provided you sync on the iPad both when you start and when you stop working on it. The Mac will notice that you changed something and will ask you if you want to sync.
Wed Apr 05, 2017 1:30 am Post
Bhoritz wrote:The Mac did not ask me to sync. I would have done it manually if it had been available. Could it be that I exited the program too soon? (I just typed a correction if I remember correctly).
Anyway, I'll try to exit between shifting machines.