Paratext projects only need to be connected once within Scripture Forge.
After a Paratext project is connected to Scripture Forge, every user that is a member of the project in Paratext (under User Permissions) will be able to open the project in Scripture Forge.
To be able to open a project in Scripture Forge, a user just needs to login to Scripture Forge with their Paratext account information.
How to Connect a Paratext Project to Scripture Forge
If you have never connected a project to Scripture Forge:
Click the Connect project button:
If you have already connected a project to Scripture Forge, follow these instructions to connect any additional projects:
Click on the Scripture Forge navigation pane:
The navigation page may also look like this:
Click Connect project:
Click in the Paratext Project drop-down:
Choose the project that you want to connect:
Optional: If you want to use Translation suggestions or view another project/resource beside your project:
Click the Source text area:
Select the source project:
Optional: Enable translation suggestions (#1 below)
Optional: Enable Community Checking (#2 above)
Wait for Scripture Forge to connect the Paratext project:
Scripture Forge may take a while to connect your project, the green progress bar will stop moving when your project is fully connected:
Note: You may be able to work in Scripture Forge before it is fully connected.