Manage your Scrivener projects with computing speed and efficiency in mind – read about it on Story Empire today.
Keep track of a project at any time can be difficult. If your not able to do so things can become a monstrous mess that can consume the good intentions behind your goals. The same is true of managing a project in Scrivener. So let’s take a look at one way to keep a lid on the beast of disorganization and it consequences.
I got an interesting question a while back from a follower on Twitter who asked about performance issues with Scrivener. It was a rather general question so I followed up by asking for more details.
The answer I got went something like this: the person asking about performance issues had a project that was opening/closing very slowly. A little further explanation indicated that the project was one that had been in use for several years with daily input during that time.
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