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  1. Landscape capability on a tablet. I'm using a Sony Tablet S and i often have it docked on my desk. I now have a crick in my neck from tilting it to the left (because the portait mode is orentated that way).
  2. Syncernet - Disconnected Nodes with intermedeate connections traversing firewalls by Sneakernet My firewall at work is managed by a corporate group overseas. The chances of me successfully getting them to open a port for me to sync with Nodes outside the internal network are nil! But I have devices that travel between home and work; my phone and my tablet (I rarely bring my work laptop home). A folder synced from my work laptop to my phone and tablet will sync when I am at work (perhaps containing a simple encrypted password vault like (KeePass2). When I leave work and go home, my "sneakernet
  3. Media Sharing in an Unsnoopable Mesh Of Trust At the current time there are multiple ways for various "powers that be" to track what is downloaded through torrents. All they have to do is add the torrent themselves and track the IPs (blocklists notwithstanding). This alternative could potentially result in the file sharing activity being unsnoopable/untrackable: Node A lives in a media sharing benign jurisdiction (define that however you want). Node A sets up a share folder showx_sync. Nodes B, C & D live in a media sharing draconian states (TPP signatories for instance) and are close p
  4. Torrents added during the day are ready when we get home I have a folder synced on my phone (mike_torrents_sync). That same folder is on my main laptop at home and my transmission client is set to automatically add torrents from that folder. So when I need to download something for use at home that night (like the latest release of an ISO), I download the torrent file into that folder and it is automagically downloaded at home no VPN/Remote Access required. (downloads at work are crap, I'd talk to the sysadmin about it but, ahh that's me) For extra credits: If that item happened to be a media
  5. Kinda Slick Password Management. I've been using KeePass for a numer of years but always had to manually update the password vault on the various devices (Windows, Linux, Android, backup). Now I have set a a directory (kee_sync) on all of the relevant devices and included the encrypted password vault and also a text file containing the key. I also copied the key into a contact in my google contacts called kee_sync so I can copy and paste out of it into btsync on the various android devices. NOTE: I am not worried about the key to this one folder being in plain text because the pasword vault i
  6. When I try this it just goes to the file view. Long press, short press, tiny touch point, full fingertip. Makes no difference.
  7. Similar issue here for one of my sync folders (others seem fine) so I'm interested in the outcome. My situation. Several nodes involved: 1. Main desktop - Ubuntu 12.04 2. Main phone - Android 4.2.2 3. Main tablet - Android 4.2.2 4. Utility PC - Windows 7 Originally had an issue with a 12MB file and sync not finishing to node 3 & 4 seemingly just to that file. It has been persistant for the last few days since the original sync was established.