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  1. I've just installed version 1.1.15 on both computers and the issue has been resolved! Looks like it was fixed before I even found out about it, but I had been running the 1.0 from the main site and assumed when I had it check for updates and it said there were none that it was true. The new version resolved the issue, I am seeing Picasa identify a new picture every few seconds as they copy over. Thanks Vadimt!
  2. I don't know if the problem is with Windows or Google's Picasa or BT Sync, but it appears at least on Windows 7 and Windows 8 (64 and 32 bit), if you use BT Sync to sync a folder that Picasa is watching, Picasa will not see the new files/folders while BT Sync is running. If you exit BT Sync then Picasa will start scanning, if you start BT Sync then it will stop again while BT Sync is running. There is a forum post about it: "Sync vs. Picasa vs. modified dates!" http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/20088-sync-vs-picasa-vs-modified-dates/page__hl__picasa I have not tried it with XP, or any other p
  3. Same here with Windows 8 64bit. I'm using BT Sync to sync the Pictures folder with my wife, as long as BT Sync is running then Picasa will not scan for updates. If I exit BT Sync then Picasa comes alive and starts scanning. If I start BT Sync again then Picasa stops scanning again. Currently this is my primary use for BT Sync and so this is an issue. I'll keep using it, but hopefully a method can be found for both programs to be able to watch the same folder at the same time. In the meantime, I'm going to try mapping my pictures folder as a UNC drive or using the subst command to see if I ca