I have been using Zim on my macbook and on a Windows tablet for a few months
now, synchronizing my notebooks through Box Sync and have thus far had no
problems whatsoever. As you say, the only thing to watch out for is having both
machines accessing the same notebook at the same time… Many cloud-based sync
programs are smart enough to watch for whether someone else has posted a newer
version than the one you are trying to update, and will either warn you, save a
backup, or both.
On Jan 29, 2014, at 12:25 PM, Simon Birkby <simon.bir...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Jaap + Everyone else,
> I think this subject has come up several times before, but I don't have saved
> copies of the relevant mails. Does any have any saved copies that they could
> forward to me, or re-post to the list?
> Until now I've always used Zim on just one machine (Mint 14 desktop) but now
> I want to use it on a laptop also (Mint 15), because I will be travelling
> from time to time.
> I keep all my notebooks in Ubuntu One, so they are always synchronized
> between laptop and desktop.
> I've installed Zim on the laptop and it seems to work fine. I've quit Zim
> there and gone back to the desktop re-started Zim there and that still works
> fine too. Am I good to go? Is there any catch/limitation I should be aware of?
> I should say - I will never (intentionally) have notebooks open on more than
> one machine at a time.
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