Mon Jan 12, 2009 4:00 am Post
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mymoon wrote:Here's how I've come to use Scrivener (and why I'd love to just have Scrivener on iPhone): I do my writing at my desk on Scrivener. Before I leave my desk for any significant length of time, I copy and paste my writing into Evernote and sync it so it can be available on my iPhone for editing on-the-go. Then, if I've made any Evernote edits while away from the desk, I open my desktop version of Evernote, sync, and copy/paste back into Scrivener.
This is somewhat a hassle, but I'm dependent on Scrivener as a writing tool at my desk AND I need access to my work-in-progress while away from the desk. Evernote, because it can sync across iPhone, desktop, and webpage, I have access to my Scrivener-enabled work anywhere.
Tue Feb 17, 2009 8:10 am Post
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Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:22 am Post
rochefore wrote:Thank you, xiamenese. I just checked the Scribbler website and there is no syncing planned at this point. Quick and easy syncing is really what I am looking for.
This feature will probably be included in a future release of Scribbler™.
I've started looking into using Bonjour to synchronize to Scrivener projects. This will require some desktop code either built-into Scrivener itself (preferred) or a standalone drag-drop app that would talk to Scribbler™ using Bonjour. This probably won't be in place in the first release--although if I make enough progress on how to build this it may be. Synchronizing will also require some work on getting Scribbler™ to handle the RTF format used within Scrivener projects.
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