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  1. I know, this OS is super old. But since the download page states that Resilio Sync is compatible with Mac OS X 10.8 and above, it should either work or the min requirements should be bumped. I'm currently using Sync 2.7.1 on Mavericks 10.9.5. It works fine, despite a bug which always displays a speed "network" speed of 4 GB/s when syncing local folders. I haven't tried syncing over the network. 2.7.2 and 2.7.3 won't launch.
  2. @MCMC Thank you for your comment. After removing Resilio completely with the help of AppCleaner, the finder extensions works again. Unfortunately I haven't found a way yet to fix it without loosing the link to the sync identity, therefore I'm going to leave my main computer as it is, this one doesn't use selective sync anyway.
  3. Hello, I have updated two computers to Ventura and the Finder contextual menu doesn't show the Resilio options anymore. I have tried this troubleshooting procedure but it didn't fix it. I'm using Resilio 2.7.3 (1381) which was released before Ventura, but it seems to be the lates version available. Is this feature broken in Ventura? Anyone else experiencing this issue? Will there be any more updates to Sync Home?
  4. My settings: Resilio Home, macOS 13.5, selective sync. When syncing to a new device, the modification date of shared folders (and all subfolders) get set to the initial sync date/time of that new device. Though, the creation dates of these folders are synced correctly. Also, the modification dates of files are correctly synced. Making a folder available locally doesn't fix / change its modification date.