peterdk

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  1. Exactly the same issue. Only 1 of 4 folders now shows after update!!
  2. Since the upgrade to 2.0, some of my shares stopped syncing. I use several Linux servers and several desktop clients with 2.0. The main thing that is different from a normal setup is that I created the shares with a key that is 3x as large as the normal key. Simply 3 keys put together as one. This did work perfectly with 1.4, but with 2.0 my shares stopped working and only the ones with a normal key work. Also, in the desktop version the shares are now seen as ReadOnly, while the key is a normal read write one. Are longer keys not supported anymore?
  3. Remove ._* From Default Syncignore I got bitten by this default option. I use sync to sync a lot of Android projects and data, and it turns out some of the libraries it uses have ._filename.extension. Those are all ignored by sync, and now I need to edit all the syncignore files to update it. I don't really understand why such a broad wildcard is included. The other default exclusions seem very reasonable and limited, this one not. Please remove it as a default. Never mind, it turned out that all files missing where some sort of OSX cached/generated files that are not useful.
  4. Ok, thanks! It turns out that the filtering of the ._* removes a lot of my files... Several Android libraries I use while coding have the standard convention of ._somename.extension. So I don't really understand why this wildcard is included by default, but at least I know how to fix it now!
  5. It would be appreciated if you can see the (number of) files that Sync can't index. It's frustrating to find out after a while that not everything is synced due to unknown reasons.
  6. Is there any way that btsync can log files that it doesn't sync/index? It's frustrating to check it manually. Also, this should just be displayed at the "My Sync" overview for each share.
  7. I installed Sync today for the first time, on Windows 8. I copied the files I wanted to a folder and added a sync for that one. It started indexing, but after it's done it says: 9336 files, while windows explorer info of that folder shows: 9746 files. Filesize: 1.2GB vs 1.27GB. This way I can't work with Sync... Sync 1.3.94 Win 8.1 64bit. If it's useful I can start comparing the synced files on a other device with the source folder.