However, if you save your workspaces to your Dropbox folder, Accordance can read the workspaces from any of your synced computers and will remember their location.
I'm just now trying to transition from a Snow Leopard machine to a Mavericks one. I would like both machines to still have Accordance and have everything synced that can be synced, untill I finally decided I'm done with the SL machine and the transition is complete. On both machines I have solid state drives (SSDs) for the boot drive and most (if not all) apps are on the SSD, too. Then I have a regular HD (HDD) on each machine with everything else. On my SL machine, the folder "Accordance Files", which includes workspaces, highlighting files, etc. is here: Non-BootDiskHDD > Users > [UserName] > Documents. On the Mav machine, that folder is here: 1.5TB_HDD_NonBoot > Documents on HDD > HDD_Docs_Yes_Backup.
On the Mav machine, Accordance does not "see" my workspaces, although I copied them over. Is there a preference in Accordance to set their location? If I click on one of my workspaces in Finder, it opens as it should in Accordance. But it's not in the list of "My Workspaces".
To do what Joel recommended in the quoted forum post (make Workspaces sync via Dropbox), which files exactly do I put in the Dropbox folder? (I.e., the whole "User Tools" folder? Or just the named "EC Workspace1.accord" files?) I assume I need to do this on both machines – is that correct?
Edited by EricC, 26 August 2014 - 01:45 AM.