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  1. To start, I'm on OS X Mavericks using a WD My Cloud 3TB drive connected to my router. I was able to install BitTorrent Sync with the help of RoyW's post here: My issue now is setting up the proper directories to sync. When I add a folder in BTSync, I get this screen: So here, I would set the destination folder - which would need to be the folder on my My Cloud drive I want to sync TO (as the target folder). Of course, when I access BTSync through my My Cloud device and add a folder, I see this screen: Since this is through the My Cloud device, it only sees folders on the drive itself. My issue here is that I would be selecting the same folder twice. My workflow should work like this: [folder on desktop] ==syncs to==> [folder on my My Cloud] However, I seem to only be able to setup this workflow: [folder on My Cloud] ==syncs to==> [folder on desktop] If I set the destination folder to my desktop folder in BTSync (first screenshot), then add the My Cloud folder (second screenshot), it syncs beautifully from My Cloud to my desktop folder. However, that's the exact opposite of what I want, and it doesn't sync both ways (as in, if I add a file to my desktop folder, it will not send it to My Cloud; if I add a file to My Cloud, it will send it to my desktop). The software is great and easy to navigate, but I feel like this one hurdle is stopping me from using it for the purposes I need. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  2. In Mac OS X Mavericks I can use the new version of the activity monitor application to show which applications are waking up the CPU from its power saving modes. In Activity Monitor this is shown in the CPU tab with the Idle wake ups column. On my Macbook Air system I'm seeing the BitTorrent sync application produce a high number of idle wake ups even when the BT sync client is paused or inactive. It fluctuates heavily but I was to guess at an average I would say 60. BitTorrent Sync doesn't seem to support Mavericks App nap feature when it is idle either. Is anyone else seeing this behaviour before I report this to the developers? v1.2.68 Folder rescan interval = 600.
  3. Case I: Installed Bittorrent Sync (1.2.82) on Maveriks (10.9) computer ('Pippin'); Sharing the default 'Sync' folderInstalled Bittorrent Sync (1.2.82) on Snow Leopard (10.6.8) computer ('Gandalf'); supplied Pippin's secretResult: sync never starts; devices are not listed; not transfers listedCase II: Installed Bittorrent Sync (1.2.82) on Maveriks (10.9) computer ('Bilbo'); supplied Pippin's secretResult: Sync worked as expectedPippin and Gandalf logs are available.