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  1. I would find it nice if it was possible to change the filename, when saving it to the bittorrent sync folder. When I choice to sync a picture to the folder, I select the folder and the filename (ex. Image0954.jpg) is shown (as non editable) - whwn I accept folder by pressing 'save'. If it was possible to change the filename from the iPhone, to something explainable it would be ealier to use the folder - and to get an overview.* *) a file creation date would also do the overview easier.
  2. I'm quite impressed with the app but I have one large issue that needs to be resolved. When files are synced, the source file creation and modification dates are not being synced correctly. The source file's creation date becomes the destination file's modification date and the destination file's creation date/time becomes the date/time of the transfer. This is not correct behavior and it is very misleading and confusing when trying to compare file versions, especially on things like photo files. I shouldn't have to dig into the metadata under the file's properties/info tab to see when a picture was taken. I have used and loved a program called AllwaySync for years because it always transfers all file attributes correctly when Windows Explorer and many other programs do not. Please fix! Thanks
  3. Hi please see the screenshot: I installed Sync on my NAS (Synology Diskstation DS411) - but the last sync date (I have not synced yet) is in the future! Will the sync take place anyways? Olaf
  4. Hello, Granted, I'm a new user of Sync, but I had a question about timestamps that I haven't seen addressed. I have two computers both running Windows 7 x64 - a desktop and a laptop. I want to sync several folders of documents from the desktop to the laptop. However, when the files/folders are received on the laptop, they are created with the current date and time. It would much more usable to me if the files/folders created maintained the same date and time as are on the desktop. Is it possible to do this? I did not notice any obvious setting in preferences. Thank you! Kenneth
  5. Hello all, As I am currently under the impression that this is not a current feature (as opposed to being a bug), I request that one have the option to preserve timestamps. This is important for several reasons: 1. I use it for sorting items in folders based on timestamps regularly. 2. (I believe) that synchronization and clobbering is chosen based on newest timestamp. Though even if BTSync doesn't use it, other programs (e.g. Filezilla) do. 3. I am attempting to sync >100,000 files > 50 GB, and for some reason, even when both computers are behind the same router, the transfer rate drops to ~100 KB/s (starts around 800 KB/s), leading me to believe that the transfer is going beyond the router (smells like the usual ISP throttling...). For this reason and the timestamp issue, I will first use Filezilla to perform the initial copy (which does preserves timestamps), then use BTSync to keep them synchronized. Of course, I would prefer to use only one program, but for free software, one can only ask for so much... In case this is actually a bug, my info is: Computer 1: Windows 7 Pro x64, BTSync 1.3.105Computer 2: Windows 7 Pro x64, BTSync 1.3.105Repost from here.
  6. Hello all, As I am currently under the impression that this is not a current feature (as opposed to being a bug), I request that one have the option to preserve timestamps. This is important for several reasons: 1. I use it for sorting items in folders based on timestamps regularly. 2. (I believe) that synchronization and clobbering is chosen based on newest timestamp. Though even if BTSync doesn't use it, other programs (e.g. Filezilla) do. 3. I am attempting to sync >100,000 files > 50 GB, and for some reason, even when both computers are behind the same router, the transfer rate drops to ~100 KB/s (starts around 800 KB/s), leading me to believe that the transfer is going beyond the router (smells like the usual ISP throttling...). For this reason and the timestamp issue, I will first use Filezilla to perform the initial copy (which does preserves timestamps), then use BTSync to keep them synchronized. Of course, I would prefer to use only one program, but for free software, one can only ask for so much... In case this is actually a bug, my info is: Computer 1: Windows 7 Pro x64, BTSync 1.3.105Computer 2: Windows 7 Pro x64, BTSync 1.3.105
  7. First of all great product! I have installed Sync on Windows Server and notice a strange behaviour regarding the dates used. I am syncing from Windows 7 to Windows Server. The server date is 25 April 2013 1. In the history tab of BitTorrent Sync the dates for the events are 11/10/13 and time is also wrong. 2. The modification date of the files differ: E.g. Windows 7 Windows Server (same file) 17-12-2012 21:27 04-07-2013 18:38 11-11-2012 20:31 29-05-2013 17:42 etc. I seems to sync correctly although an easy file compare is difficult because the dates differ. Does anybody have an idea what is causing this?