When I close one of my Scrivener projects, I get an error message:
A backup could not be created at [file location]
Zipped backup failed with error: zip warning: Permission denied.
But the cited backup exists, and I can uncompress it and open it without any problem. Huh.
Then when I reopen the main project, I get a presumably related error:
Files were recovered.
While the project was opening, files were detected within the project package that do not exist in the binder. This may have been caused by a permissions conflict, in which the file system refused the deletion of files from inside the .scriv package that had been deleted from the project binder, or by synchronization between different versions of the project (e.g. on a cloud service).
The recovered files can be found in the “Recovered Files” folder at the bottom of the binder.
Each time a single file is added to a new “Recovered Files” folder, all with the same chapter title and no content.
The project seems completely fine; everything is present and happy. I have no idea what is going on or if I should worry about it. Thoughts?