I know, I know...but I've got s__t to do and I enjoy writing in this program more than the others.
zenbuffy wrote:andygrunt wrote:I think the answer is obvious (if a little hard to hear).
Scrivener for Windows is currently Beta software. This means a couple of things including the fact that no one should use it for critical work as there’s the distinct possibility there’ll be bugs that affect your work.
It also means that you shouldn’t use it if it would cause you problems if there was a delay between one beta running out and being able to get hold of the next one (either because it was delayed or you didn't have net access).
Like I said, possibly hard to hear but that’s the reality of using beta software - you can't (and shouldn't) rely on it.
All very good advice. I'm not yet using it for anything critical, as I've played the beta game before, but it's good to point all that out for others who may not have done beta-testing.
I'm not so worried about losing work, I'm just greedy - I want to keep using it I can happily work away in other programs, but if I have a choice, I'd definitely like to continue using and testing it alongside them, until such time as I can move properly.