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    • CommentTimeJul 26th 2009 edited
    I found that using "command-s" will save a new document in process, but does not save the project. So my question is — if I have saved the project and given it a name, does use of "command-s" save the whole project each time it is used? Or does something else have to be done for that purpose?

    Richard (confused about saving)
    • CommentTimeJul 26th 2009
    To save your Project, you can use the shortcut command-alt-s. You can read more Saving in the Help under "Projects vs. Documents" where you can also read about auto saving.
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2009

    A key to understand is: In Ulysses everything is always saved. You can save documents in your project as you like, however this does not directly trigger a project save: it's just saved. Maybe it's good to have a look at the "Projects vs. Documents" section of the manual :)