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mjohnson354 wrote:Can you please help me resolve this so I know I'm storing my backups safely?
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Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:56 pm Post
lunk wrote:Have you activated Documents and Desktop in iCloud?
Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:00 pm Post
rdale wrote:You seem to have two identically named "live" projects. One in Dropbox->1_Scrivener Live, and the other in iCloud Drive->Scrivener Backups.
You must be opening the one in the Scrivener Backups folder, which causes the error message. You should work out which of the two versions has the most up to date writing in it, archive the other, and make sure the best version of your project is stored in the Dropbox location.
Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:47 pm Post
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Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:20 am Post
lunk wrote:First, you should not have Desktop & Documents in iCloud activated as that may be part of the problem. Scrivener needs access to the whole project package all the time, in one place, and with part of Documents only on the iCloud server and some on your computer, you might run into trouble.
You seem to be confusing things. Your live project is the one you open and close (and which saves itself every time you stop writing for a few seconds). That’s all you have to do. No archiving or anything else.
Your backups are created automatically when you close the project and are placed where you have designated them to go in Preferences -> Backup.
The confusing thing is that according to Preferences you seem to have your backups in Documents but then on the screenshot you have them on the iCloud Drive?
Are you moving things manually in Finder?