daishi4u

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  1. +1 Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  2. +1 for a delayed start or some way to index faster. Btsync is quite the hard drive thrasher when you first turn on the computer. Anymore if I want to use the computer I have to turn it on then do something else before I actually come back to start using it Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  3. Great idea! +1 Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  4. I know it matters, that's why I brought it up, read the previous part of the conversation Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  5. Why report the size if you don't know how to calculate it then? Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  6. The size of data to sync is still reported wrong. Heck, I have one sync where it says it's out of sync one one node and synced on the other, but the one that says it's not says it still needs to receive 16 GB of files! All the files are synced and that's about a third of the folder size! Other than that and it not syncing the files with foreign characters it's working just fine so far Oh and when no peers are online besides my nas it will say that no peers are online to receive some bogus number of files like 17000 GB Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  7. In theory, the 64 bit version should run a little faster on a 64 bit platform like you have than a 32 bit would on a 64 bit program. If I were you I would install the 64 bit version. I am running it on windows 8.1 and the windows 10 tp and it seems a little quicker to me... Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  8. I am having the same issue, also sync will overwrite new files with old ones. Using 1.4.83 Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  9. I've experienced the same issue. Haven't found a way yet to access the webui on my nas after upgrading. Port 8888 doesn't work to access it... Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  10. I kept 1.4.75 on my nas and downgraded to 1.3.109 on my two windows machines. Had the same problem, BUT 1.3.109 at least tells you what files are currently syncing per share so by that you can figure out which ones are getting stuck without looking at log files. I simply cut the files that are stuck and paste them to a place that isn't being synced and wait for sync to say it's done syncing. Then I cut and paste the files back where they belong and it ends up syncing just fine. Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  11. I have the same problem. Most of my folders are stuck on sending on both ends, but they are synced so no idea why it's doing it... Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  12. And one thing everyone needs to remember...this is FREE software! I'm sure the devs work on this project in their free time and if it's anything like my free time then they don't have much. Just don't be so hard on them, they didn't have to bring us sync in the first place! I appreciate the software as it has greatly simplified backups so thank you guys! Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  13. I've got a couple bugs to report as well. First of all it would get stuck on sending on both clients forever even after it was all indexed, but this was when I upgraded from 1.3.109. I had to remove all the folders from all clients and start over. Next, there is a bug when you use the "enter a key" button. It would add the folder you picked, but the key would be wrong and I would have to use the "update key" button to get it to work right. Other than that things are looking very promising! Thanks for the hard work guys! Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  14. Having this problem on 1.4.72 as well... But didn't on 1.3.109 Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
  15. Why does btsync have to index files locally on every boot of the system? Can't the index file be saved and reopened upon boot? It's not like local files change while the computer is off and having to index on every boot really slows down the boot process... Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk