Aricsdaddy wrote:I know someone creating a book about the universe, and they are sifting through 12 Terabytes of data for a book which is a little more than 1GB with images. So you are telling me you do not see why backing up 12 TB of data is an issue.? Scrivener needs a way to discriminate against reference material and assets that are uses or will be used. This can be done in numerous different ways. It is not difficult.
I completely agree that backing up 12 TB of data is an issue. That's exactly my point.
Scrivener already has a way to do this: import the assets that should be backed up as part of the project into the project.