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KB wrote:Scrivener follows standard Mac practices here. Each project is its own window. Most of my projects have very different window layouts at any one time because I'm doing different things in them, so it would be a severe disadvantage to have them all switching around in the same window. It would also require a completely different underlying architecture that did not use standard Cocoa class conventions, so I'm afraid this one isn't something that is likely to happen unless Apple changes its document architecture, which I doubt.
All the best,
Mon Oct 05, 2015 4:42 pm Post
Lukum wrote:Alternatively, having some sort of dashboard where to open my Scrivener projects from, would be quite useful. I'm trying to have that through a Devonthink Database, with links to my Scrivener projects, but syncing across multiple devices doesn't work well. Nevertheless it allows a quick view and access to my projects that are stored in different places in my Mac. Having a native Scrivener solution would be even better.
Tue Oct 06, 2015 5:06 am Post
File -> Find All Projects in Spotlight
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Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:57 am Post
kewms wrote:Thinking about this some more... How about Scrivener?
Create a master "organizer" project, with a document or folder for each major project you're working on. Use the Document References pane to assign the associated Scrivener project to each item. Besides providing a visual organizer (via the Corkboard), you can use metadata to track status, due dates, payment status, and so on.
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Fri Oct 09, 2015 2:11 pm Post
brookter wrote:But more than one Scrivener project can be open at one time.
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