horvatha

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  1. Hi! Thanks for the reply! I am not sure that it is exclusive, but as far as I remember in our case it always happend with MACOffice files (.doc and .xls etc), but we mostly use BTSync for syncing our work related files. For example there is this file (3GSOLAR Business Plan 1d2 HO.docx): [20140528 12:53:10.017] Torrent /Users/horvatha/Sync/TAD/Projektek/3GSOLAR HHTIS 3GSolar Research/30 Munkaközi anyagok/32 Business Plan/3GSOLAR Business Plan 1d2 HO.docx/com.apple.FinderInfo status:137 error:<NULL> meta:1 conns:1 io:1 [20140528 12:53:11.261] Torrent /Users/horvatha/Sync/TAD/Projektek/3GSOLAR HHTIS 3GSolar Research/30 Munkaközi anyagok/32 Business Plan/3GSOLAR Business Plan 1d2 HO.docx/com.apple.FinderInfo status:137 error:<NULL> meta:1 conns:0 io:0 [20140528 12:53:11.261] Force unloading torrent /Users/horvatha/Sync/TAD/Projektek/3GSOLAR HHTIS 3GSolar Research/30 Munkaközi anyagok/32 Business Plan/3GSOLAR Business Plan 1d2 HO.docx/com.apple.FinderInfo [20140528 12:54:23.211] SyncFilesController [file updated]: Processing file /Users/horvatha/Sync/TAD/Projektek/3GSOLAR HHTIS 3GSolar Research/30 Munkaközi anyagok/32 Business Plan/3GSOLAR Business Plan 1d2 HO.docx 1401200661 10408141 We are trying to intentionally reproduce the phenomenon, but till this time could not find a reproduceable sequence of steps. Sadly, there is no explicit sign of the error (meaning that if my colleague does not tell me, he added a new file to a folder and it did not appear as usual, I don't know about it). Regards, Attila
  2. Hi! No ideas? It seems so strange, that no one else has this kind of problem, but all of our macs suffer from it. Can it be related to file names? We use accentuated letters (Hungarian) and spaces in the path (and there are quite long paths). Bye
  3. Hi! It keeps happening in 1.3.105. In the terminal I can see the newly added file, but the Finder does not show it until being relaunched. It is the same on all of our macs (3 pcs). No Finder plugins are installed. Any ideas? Thx in advance, Attila Hi! There is an interesting addition to the problem: I can see the file, if I search for it in spotlight, and after jumping from spotlight to finder (CMD+Enter), the file turns up immediately. And from this point, the file can be found by navigating from any other folder, no finder relaunch is needed. I hope this helps identifying the problem. Regards, Attila
  4. Hi! So it turned out to be the first scenario. Files can be seen in the terminal, seem to be fully downloaded, but in finder there is no file (on one of the macs) or a .!sync extension is attached (on an other one). A windows machine saw the file immediately. As far as I know there are no finder plugins installed. Is there a specific folder in Library for finder plugins? Thx in advance, Attila
  5. Hi! Thank you for the answer. I have 10.9.2. I am afraid CMD-R does not work in 10.9 (or at least it shows the original of an alias), my only options for folder refreshing are: 1. jumping out of the folder and then back in, but I tried it, it does not change anything; 2. relaunching finder. I cannot predict, which file will suffer next from the problem I mentioned, so I cannot reply to your question at once but I will get back as soon as it happens again. Last time I waited two days for a file just to check the behavior, but nothing happend. Relaunching finder solved the problem immediately. Regards, Attila
  6. Hi! I have the following, strange problem: I sync several MACs. Sometimes when a file is created on one, it gets synced after a short while to another one (I can see it in the history), but I cannot see it in Finder (even after some hours). After forcing a Finder relaunch, the file appears immediately. Anyone experiencing something similar? Thx in advance Regards, Attila