bigorno wrote:xiamenese wrote:You need to be more cautious with iCloud than with Dropbox as iCloud can be slow in sync'ing files in my experience, and it doesn't give a visible marker that sync'ing is in progress or complete. Dropbox badges its menubar icon to show the current state (as does Sync.com). Apart from that, as long as you don't allow iCloud to "optimise" your desktop and documents folders, or you put your Scrivener project folder at your user root, outside either of those, it should work between Macs.
Hi, you can see sync status in the finder : It is a little empty disk that fills up as the files are synchronized.
I know, but you have to go to finder and navigate to where the project is in the hierarchy on your disk. Dropbox and Sync show the synchronisation state permanently in the menu bar, visible whatever you are doing.