I realise this is a minor niggle but I wish that I didn’t have to open a Scrivener project to update Scrivener itself. It would be cool to be able to do it from the new project screen instead. Sometimes I’m just opening Scrivener to update and its an extra step to open a project when I don’t need to.
Thanks, I added that to the list to check on.
Thanks MM. Hope you’re well.
Many thanks. That would indeed be a timesaver – and, the way I have Scriv set up to co-exist with OneDrive (local project files, Scriv backs up on exit to OneDrive synced folder, I manually unpack latest backup into local project files folder) it would reduce the churn on projects.