Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:13 pm Post
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Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:06 pm Post
I have more than a few subfolders now - actually, I meant dragging files onto other files to create a folder like structure. I have been assembling this document using separate sections and then placing the sections according to an outline applied in the Binder.lunk wrote:Do you have very many or very few subdocuments in the binder?
I have no idea. This is a single text editor pane with the Binder showing or hidden at my pleasure to the left. This is selecting multiple items in the Binder, reviewing many sections, and editing many selected sections like this at the same time. I love it that I can select non-sequential sections in this manor with Scrivener as this allows me to see if an idea is being repeated elsewhere and if it is, that it follows my earlier logic.lunk wrote:When the problem occurs, are you using scrivenings mode in the editor or composition mode or single document mode in the editor?
Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:08 pm Post
kewms wrote:What is your autosave interval? You can find it in the Scrivener -> Preferences -> General -> Saving pane.
The default interval is very short, and can cause exactly the behavior you're seeing: Scrivener thinks you've paused and tries to save.
Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:18 pm Post
David G. wrote: As I tend to save often as part of my writing habit - and only when I am not writing, I will probably extend this to 30 minutes or more.
Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:23 pm Post
lunk wrote:David G. wrote: As I tend to save often as part of my writing habit - and only when I am not writing, I will probably extend this to 30 minutes or more.
No, don’t. If you do that it means that Scrivener will inly save when you have been inactive for 30 minutes! The time tells Scrivener how long inactivity from it takes to autosave. You don’t have to do manual save because Scrivener does it for you. But if it saves to often, set the time to 5 or 10 seconds. That way it will only save when you stop to think, not when you suddenly just write slowly.
Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:26 pm Post
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