Fri Feb 02, 2007 11:15 pm Post
Fri Feb 02, 2007 11:26 pm Post
CountZero wrote:If you already have a .mac account, you can just setup a scheduled backup in the Backup app to upload the .scriv file every X minutes.
Sat Feb 03, 2007 4:29 pm Post
freelancing wrote:CountZero wrote:If you already have a .mac account, you can just setup a scheduled backup in the Backup app to upload the .scriv file every X minutes.
I think it would be nice if everytime you paused enough for scriv to do it's autosave, it would just autosynch instead of depending on a daily backup.
Sat Feb 03, 2007 6:42 pm Post
ExecutiveEditor wrote:.Mac can already do this. Simply go to the iDisk preferences in the .Mac system prefs pane and turn iDisk syncing on. Set it to synchronize automatically. Then save your Scrivener projects into your Documents directory on the iDisk.
Every time Scrivener autosaves, OS X automatically syncs the changed doc to your iDisk. And if you have more than one computer and have set up automatic iDisk syncing on them, the changes will be pushed out to them as well. Have three computers? You'll end up with three local copies and one offsite.
Sat Feb 03, 2007 9:55 pm Post
howarth wrote:This sounds great, but I'm just trying to understand it: move project files into the iDisk Docs folder, and they auto-synch to the iDisk at .Mac. I also backup my Home folder. Would I make a separate backup of the local iDisk?
Sun Feb 04, 2007 2:42 am Post
ExecutiveEditor wrote:If, on the other hand, you're asking whether a backup of your Home folder also backs up the local iDisk (for an additional level of protection), the answer is likely yes, as long as your backup of the Home folder includes the ~/Library folder. The local iDisk is actually a disk image stored inside the Mirrors folder inside the Library folder.
Fri Feb 23, 2007 10:37 pm Post
AmberV wrote:I use the FTP program Yummy FTP that has the ability to save a little program into a directory which automatically uploads modified or new files to a specified location on a FTP server. I have one of these set up in my backup location, so that whenever I save a backup out of Scrivener, it is automatically in a secure location on my web account. I needn't even do anything. I hear Transmit has this feature now, too.
Sat Feb 24, 2007 12:17 am Post
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