MartinZ

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  1. Further investigation, I'm not sure if this helps (I'm no IOS developper) I assume the IOS-App contains some code for a "File Provider" https://developer.apple.com/documentation/fileprovider reason for my assumption: I can see SYNC in my "Files" App as additional "directory". Even now with IPadOs13, I can see SYNC in "Files App" and I can swipe between synced files - but I neither can synchronise files (selective sync), nor are all "open with" dialogs disabled, especially the "open with" for HTML files does not offer Safari or another browser instead it moves the file to the "File Provider" of another App. I can easily swipe between synced images from Files-App Maybe this helps an IOS programmer who has access to the source code and can adapt the SYNC-App I would really appriciate if Resilio could implement the changed interface correctly as it was previously - maybe a simple recompile/rebuild helps? Thanks, Martin
  2. Same here, sync not anymore usable on iPadOS13
  3. Thank you for this answer, now I understand the issue better - sync does not contribute to my problem. Please continue the good work with sync!!! Martin
  4. Please allow the following question regarding "Sync Home Pro" on iOS-Devices (Apple iPad) I have a HTML-file which syncs perfectly from my Windows Box to my iPads. But: Clicking this file on my "iPad Air 2" just shows the HTML and nothing generated by the embedded JavaScript. Clicking on my "iPad Air" (first version) immediatelly shows the HTML and runs the embedded JacaScript. The JavaScript is contained in the HTML-file, no external references are used (I want this to be available offline, I coded most of the JavaScript myself) Both iPads are iOS 11.3.1, the sync folder is the same. I do not know a possibility to show any JavaScript-Errors (if any) or how to start a debugging console on iOS when clicking on a file in a sync folder If I transfer the HTML file using sync's "open with" to the iOS-App "Files" it opens from there without any problem showing the executed JavaScript on both iPads Does anyone see a similar behaviour with HTML files? Do I have a chance to see, what happens during the click in sync-folder with my JavaScript? regards, Martin