Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:31 am Post
Sun Nov 12, 2017 4:16 pm Post
LuckyJack wrote:Keith, thanks for that great information regarding iCloud Drive issues.
There are a couple of ways to see iCloud sync. In the Finder, a little clock face will show sync progress in the sidebar (view -> show side bar, or command-option-s) if you have a shortcut to iCloud there. The clock face will appear beside the iCloud shortcut.
Individual things waiting for upload or download will appear in the lists of files with a little cloud symbol.
For more detail, turn on the status bar with view -> show status bar (or command-/). That will show you the available space on iCloud if it's synced, and if it's in the process of syncing, you'll see how much is waiting to transfer.
I think I'll move back to iCloud for my writing - but I'll keep backups turned on in Scrivener to a local, non-shared directory and I'll make manual backups. Time Machine, too, with my rotation of three backup drives.
Belts, suspenders, and hard liquor. No cutting corners with disaster recovery and backups.
Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:54 am Post
scshrugged wrote:LuckyJack wrote:Belts, suspenders, and hard liquor. No cutting corners with disaster recovery and backups.
Thanks for the info. Have you moved back? If you have, has it worked well?
Anyone else, please feel free to chime in.
Fri Nov 17, 2017 1:14 am Post
wordchiseler wrote:LuckyJack wrote:I have some notes in Devonthink, and have discovered a Scrivener project can be stored inside a Devonthink database.
Stored only or viewed also?
Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:43 am Post
StephenHay wrote:Re storing Scrivener projects in Devonthink, do you import or index?
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