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  1. It would be great if you could specify where you wanted the backup folder to be stored. Right now, it defaults to somewhere in Application Support, I think. I'd much sooner keep it in a folder in my Documents main folder along with the main Storyist data files.
  2. Thoth, Marguerite, I strongly recommend that people don't use SOHO Notes or its predecessor, Stickybrain -- the company is horrible when it comes to Support. Most especially, Never Install ANY of their "Updates" or "Upgrades" until at least 3 weeks or more has gone by since the release date. It's also a good idea to check MacWorld's forums even then. The company has a well-earned reputation for releasing buggy "fixes" that can do nasty things to your data. And when you let them know, for example, that their "update" duplicated every entry in the database --sometimes multiple times -- their response is: "Oh, well, we'll fix that next week along with some other stuff..." --mikael
  3. It would be great if there was an option to backup to .mac, and to restore from .mac When I go on the road, I shift from my desktop to my laptop. I've found the easiest way to keep the two computers in synch is to use my .mac account. By doing a synch from the desktop that replaces everything on .mac with the desktop's contents, and then doing a synch with my laptop that replaces the laptop's contents with what's on .mac, I end up with 3 separate copies of everything.
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