Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:24 pm Post
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leighe wrote:Is it easy enough to sync between Scrivener for iOS and Scrivener for windows, I guess using Dropbox?
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Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:41 pm Post
kewms wrote:I have a Mini (not a new one), and absolutely love it for notetaking, interviews, and light organizational work. I prefer a bigger screen for writing, editing, and "large-scale" planning. For my uses, the iPad Pro would be too big.
Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:12 am Post
thewolfgang wrote:May I please ask what programs you use for "notetaking, interviews, and light organizational work"? Can you also work on Scrivener projects with many, mostly moderate-sized rtf files?
Wed Apr 10, 2019 1:26 pm Post
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Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:49 pm Post
kewms wrote:I love the iPad Mini precisely because it is small: It's about the same size as a "junior" size paper notebook, and only slightly heavier. I can tuck it under my arm, use it on an airplane tray table with room left over, hold it in my lap, etc. Besides portability, its small size reduces the visual "wall" between me and an interview subject, The iPad Pro is much too large for these applications.
And for heavy-duty writing, editing, and organizational tasks, the iPad Pro isn't big enough: I use a 27" iMac, which gives me both more screen space and the full capabilities of Mac Scrivener and DevonThink Pro. Yes, obviously that ties me to a desk for those tasks, but for me it's a fair trade.
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