bodsham wrote:And with Scrivener snapshots it's easily to compare versions to see what's changed. Not so with Lion Versions. All you get is a stack of backups of the same book length file which for a manuscript of any size I find unusable.
Mmm, good point. I think of Lion Versions as a revision control system, and revision control systems have handled arbitrary comparisons for a long time. But that doesn't mean that Lion does it.