Scrivener still occasionally shuts down (requiring a ~ 25 minute reindexing? on restart), even sometimes when I’m not using the PC.
(On a new PC with plenty of space and speed, and with the usual, “Windows remains stable as do any other open apps”.)
But more disappointedly, my troublesome yet principle project when open ‘always’ shuts Scriv if I open a second project.
Conversely, S does seem stable opening – without the troublesome project – multiple, recently initiated, mostly skinny for-this test projects. (Since these are test projects I’ve not spent a lot of time with them.)
S with the new projects running will nevertheless quickly shut if I open the troublesome project.
One of the test projects was initiated to import the troublesome project, which import mostly worked, and the new project, ‘Works’, does remain stable, being one of the multiple, recent, test projects noted above.
The imported 321 MB project does start about 50% quicker, about 90 seconds?
However, I cannot use the ‘new’, import-loaded, Works project for real.
I say ‘mostly worked’ because the importation did not bring across my 37 Collections (and 5 saved searches) and their thousands of links.
The import also brought across 28 fewer MB of 349, 76 fewer files; it did bring across all 12 folders.
(Per Windows Explorer’s Properties)
While ‘76 fewer files’ is a bit disconcerting, as is the ‘28 fewer MB’, I’m hop’n that at least some of these are related to the problems the troublesome project has.
At the moment though, can I get the Collections across, imported? (For which I expect to reimport the project.)
Now using a Win10 pro i7/7700 64b 32GB PC,
Scrivener for Windows, 1.9.7. (Reinstalled twice.)