skyline

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  1. You could always have them sync to another folder and then setup a cron job to move them into your iTunes folder once they are completely synced. I'd think something along the lines of this would work: */5 * * * * find /path/to/tempfolder -type f -not -name '*.!sync' -exec mv {} /path/to/auto/iTunes/folder \;
  2. I just saw this thread and have run into the same situation. Is there any chance that this is now controlled through configuration? If so, how do I find out the details on how to configure it for a different sync strategy?