Thu Aug 02, 2018 10:52 pm Post
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Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:56 pm Post
JimRac wrote:You can backup the entire project to zipped file from the projects screen.
Press Edit, select a project, press Send a Copy (on bottom 2nd from left). From there, send the zipped file wherever you like: email, cloud service, etc.
I store mine on OneDrive, with my desktop backups.
Fri Aug 03, 2018 12:09 pm Post
I tried that once, but couldn’t restore the zipped file to scrivener when needed.
Fri Aug 03, 2018 2:39 pm Post
AmberV wrote:I tried that once, but couldn’t restore the zipped file to scrivener when needed.
One would unzip the file using a utility for doing so (most often simply triggered by double-clicking on it in Finder), extracting the project from it, and then opening the project using Scrivener.
There shouldn’t ordinarily be any issues with the procedure. In fact I don’t use Dropbox, and this is very often the procedure I use (in conjunction with AirDrop) to get work back to the Mac.
Fri Aug 03, 2018 3:25 pm Post
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Fri Aug 03, 2018 4:16 pm Post
AmberV wrote:Provided one has a utility that can unzip files and send folders to other apps on their device, this is no problem. This could be used to restore from a backup or transfer a zipped from from another device.
FileApp indeed does do just that, so maybe a step was missed (and to make sure we’re on the same page here, I’m actually talking about FileApp, a free app, not Apple’s “Files” thing, which doesn’t have many features and I don’t think can even unzip files let alone send them anywhere). Here is what I tried:
- First I created a test .zip by tapping Edit in Scrivener, selecting the Tutorial, and then tapping the “Copy to FileApp” icon.
- Switching over to FileApp, I navigate into the Downloads folder and located the timestamped “Tutorial 2018-08-03 17-47” file.
- I tap on it, and it asked if I wish to decompress it. I do so.
- I now have a folder called “Tutorial 2018-08-03 17-47”. I drill into that, and inside I find the “Tutorial.scriv” folder.
- I swipe left on it and tap the More option. This provides an “Actions” button, among many others.
- In the Actions sheet, I select “Open in Scrivener”.
A copy of the tutorial is sent to the device and automatically opens. I now have two copies of the tutorial, the original and the one I just restored from backup.
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