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With windows offline sync, you can go into "offline" mode even when you're online. That allows you to interact with the folder locally and get local performance. You can then go "online" at the end of the day and get updates synchronized. I think that would give you the flexibility you seek. You should see a "Work Offline" / "Work Online" option in the ...


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Have you deleted multiple folders with the same name? I noted when I did that, the trash folder could only take up to around 20 of them. Once I hit 20 folders of the same name, I began getting that error. Renaming and then deleting worked, or just emptying the trash folder worked.


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Maybe that will help: mozzila help forums If someone will intercept your login and pass to mozilla you are done; If you want to sync settings (passwords), write a batch and periodically sync firefox .db file though Your eg. sFTP server; if You are sending data to Mozilla's servers consider it as plain text stored passwords


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As long as your filesystem supports journaling (and all of the "recent" ones do), you should be fine. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journaling_file_system


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Another option is Compare & Sync Folders. It is very similar to Sync Folders, which I used for a couple of years. I changed to C&S because before the actual sync, you can very clearly see what and how is going to be changed in each syncing folder. Also, the UI of C&S is quite nice. You can have a free version with a limited number sync modes, and ...


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Please find the below link on how you can synchronize your contacts of Outlook 2016 with your iPhone: https://support.apple.com/en-am/HT203300 I hope this will be helpful for you! Regards, Captain Ashish


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After several weeks without contacts or calendar on my iphone after upgrading to office 2016, I found a solution. I have not found this solution posted or mentioned anywhere. Firstly, you need a microsoft account, which is generaly hotmail.com or outlook.com. These are not exchange accounts, exchagne is something you have to pay for separately (although ...


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If you can not have nested shared folders, then you have to share folders at the same level for Managers and Specialists. Managers will have to subscribe to three folders for each project. It is a one time subscription, so it really shouldn't too inconvenient to click on two more folders to allow editing. Now, I can certainly understand this workaround being ...


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Subscribe to Office 365 and you can sync your iPhone via the Exchange account. Or give up on Outlook and switch over to Google. Office 365 and Google work well for me. Have not had good luck syncing through iTunes.


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You can try the aresample filter and the framerate option for the input. -rtbufsize 1500M -f image2pipe -framerate 25 -i pipe:.bmp \ -rtbufsize 500M -f dshow -i audio="Stereo Mix (Realtek High Defini" \ -af aresample=async=1 -c:v libx264 -r 25 -acodec pcm_s16le -ac 2 -ar 48000 C:\\test.avi


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It seems syncthing will also handle symlinks correctly (symlinks are not followed but copied as symlinks); see relevant discussions: https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing/issues/262 https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing/issues/2358 But I'd love to see a cloud hosted solution (unlike bt sync and syncthing) that handles symlinks correctly.


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I use bvckup2 for this. Its not free (though the last beta is still available - and it has delta copy). I use it in much the same way you've described. You'll want to set it for continuous backup, and enable device tracking - which is the default settings. You'd set a source and destination (It needs it to be empty the initial sync, which might be an issue)...


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I would like to propose a new opensource tool called Syncthing, which is very simple to setup and works over any connection setup (wifi, ethernet, LAN, WAN/Internet) and devices (from computers to smartphones). I tried it to synchronize my smartphones and my home computer over Wifi, plus my home computer with my work computer over internet, and this all ...


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After looking for a similar solution myself (synchronized playback with files on both computers, no streaming nor multicast), I found several solutions, most being free and some being opensource. Desktop applications The following applications must be installed on both computers to allow synchronized playback: SyncPlay: opensource software to synchronize ...



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