dualsweat

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  1. Hello All, I am running BitTorrent Sync version 2.2 on five Windows 10 PCs. I noticed that on each of the PC's I have between 20-100 random .bts files. They are different on each machine. I have been trying to force them to sync, but it is not clear to me how to do this. I used the article noted below, but I never get an option to "sync" from the context menu. I do not have selective sync enabled. All files should sync on all machines. When I click on the .bts files it always says "Already in Queue", but the files never sync. Any ideas what I can do? I tried rebooting all the machines and pausing/starting sync, but no luck. Article: http://help.getsync.com/customer/portal/articles/1908818 ‚Äč Thank You, Matt------
  2. Heh, sounds like it is more trouble than it is worth. Maybe add to the wishlist for far far in the future
  3. Current Behavior: From the Bit Torrent Sync Download Page when you download BTsync.exe it does not tell you the version number. New Behavior: From the Bit Torrent Sync Download Page when you download BTsync.exe, the file name should include the version number. For example: BTSync_1_3_106.exe
  4. Hello All, I have been using bit torrent sync for quite some time. I found it a valuable successor to Windows Live Mesh. However, I notice a lot of remnant files that are starting to pile up. There are two types: Example: The_Real_File_Name.xls ~Tmp_The_Real_File_Name.xls ~$Tmp_The_Real_File_Name.xls.!sync These files never go away. And, if I delete them, it does not matter because they sync from another machine running bit torrent (I am syncing a total of 6 PCs - Windows). Any ideas on how to stop these files from showing up? They are all over the place. Thanks! M-------------