Rayz wrote:As I said, it’s a tough one to wrestle with.
BTW, I read today on Twitter that the new Files app in iOS 13 lets you pin files AND folders, which will stay offline available on your device, and download changes immediately when they happen (from any other device), now, which wasn't possible before. You didn't have any control of what iCloud kept downloaded on your device. Don't know if again if this makes a difference for Scrivener, but it is interesting in the light of this discussion because I thought one of the problems with iCloud was that it choose what to download and what to keep in the cloud inside a Scrivener project, thus corrupting files. Don't know if this new pin-option would help, if it would mean users should pin the whole Scrivener folder before using it with iOS. (a bit like now you have to make a Scrivener folder in Dropbox before using the iOS version with automatic sync)