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Thu Aug 08, 2019 1:53 pm Post
seefilms wrote:Or, in other words, there really is no sane way to do this.
Because, if every time I needed to send a document to my writing partner I had to go through that kind of process...
I'd be insane.
Amazing product. Unless there are two authors.
Mon Aug 12, 2019 3:24 pm Post
xiamenese wrote:The only other way—as I have been doing for years—is to co-ordinate working so you don’t have the project open at the same time. But that is easier for us as my collaborator is 7–8 hours away in China. And that it seems is not acceptable.
To make simultaneous editing possible would be a huge task for a very small company, and while I’m sure KB would say "never say 'never' ", I really wouldn’t hold your breath!
Mon Aug 12, 2019 3:28 pm Post
amekassa70 wrote:We both have Scrivener 3 on Mac, how can I do what I need.
lunk wrote:If you have Dropbox and have your Scriv projects in a designated folder, put the mutual project in a subfolder and give your co-writer access to that. Then make sure you open the project, write, close it, and then tell your co-writer it is closed.
If either one of you try to open the project while it is already being opened by the other, you’ll get a message saying that and you can then simple refrain from opening it.
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