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For all versions of Firefox (including 30, the latest at the time of this post) you can press Alt and then, when the menu appears at the top, select Tools → Sync Now. In addition you can also reduce the sync duration: Type about:config in the address bar, hit enter and confirm you'll be careful. Search for services.sync.syncInterval Change this value to ...


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This is not normal behavior. While installation can take some time, one hour is far too long. I would try killing the process and reinstalling per these instructions.


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As far as I know, nothing has changed much in the latest versions of Firefox except the user interface : One sets up the sync in menu "Tools → Options → Sync", then uses "Tools → Sync Now". If you do not see the menu, right-click an empty space in the above panels and click on "Menu Bar". @Peltier: If the problem is with the new panel that is opened by ...


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If the missing files are few or small or, however, recovery isn't a hassle: Select the folder where the files were. Select "Team" > "Update". The files will be reintegrated. Delete the files from Eclipse, this time. Select "Team" > "Commit", and Bob's your uncle. Otherwise, the procedure is more awkward (and possibly not the correct one: yet, it works). ...


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I love git, but unfortunately, git is not right tool for this task. Git was designed to very efficiently keep change history for mostly text content repositories. While git does support keeping binaries, it will have to keep them forever in history so you can checkout to any revision, which is very expensive in terms of disk space. Also, assuming that your ...


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I realise that this is not really answering your question, but... wouldn't rsync be far easier to keep two folders in sync?


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I think it's definitely the Google Sync. Try turning that off on all devices, clear the usernames and passwords and then turn sync on.


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There could be a workaround with syncing it over the net until better solution is provided. In Linux the file is stored at: ./jetpack/customizable-shortcuts@timtaubert.de/simple-storage/store.json under your profile folder: ~/.mozilla/firefox/somename.default You can sync it every time you run and exit from Firefox. Here is my example script which ...


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I do not know of another such add-on, but it seems to me that this add-on stores its data on Windows in the file: C:\Users\<user-name>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<profile-name>\jetpack\customizable-shortcuts@timtaubert.de\simple-storage\store.json So you might try copying this file until the TODO list of the extension gets ...


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When in Outlook on your Lumia 620 follow these steps: Expand the application bar (bottom menu) by tapping the ellipsis ... Tap 'folders' Tap 'show all folders' under 'RSS Feeds' select the feed you want to sync.


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@martin There's a bug in Googledrivesync that disables restarts if the "Start on login" switch is enabled in the preferences panel. That's why it's flashing when you restart it. (I would have put this message in the comment thread where it belongs but don't have the points to do so.) To use Window's task scheduler to control GoogleDriveSync, disable the ...


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Looks like there is an answer to this. http://spsync.net and looks like the tool let you create different sync job per this print shot. more on this: blog.mwiedemeyer.de/category/SPSync http://blog.mwiedemeyer.de/post/2012/04/10/Sync-SharePoint-Document-Libraries-in-Windows-Explorer-like-Dropbox


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Because, you broke the chain of trust. It doesn't know those files are the same, and simply sees your computer as a new system, since it got formatted. It doesn't know which version is correct, so it does the logical thing (in its mind) and downloads the full fileset from the Dropbox Servers (which should always be up to date). If you want to limit which ...


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According to this post you should be able to access the files via WebDav. Accessing Amazon S3 via WebDav Therefore, in theory, the Server / Computer which you would like to upload files from could have a Batch File setup on it to map the WebDav folder to a drive letter on that machine and then execute a robocopy command from the local drive and folder to ...


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In about:config add services.sync.username string and type some value


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Build a PPA, compile, distribute. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas


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You can just run rsync on both servers: server1$ rsync -a -v -e "ssh -c arcfour" user@server2:/path/to/files /path/to/files server2$ rsync -a -v -e "ssh -c arcfour" user@server1:/path/to/files /path/to/files Rsync will only copy files that are not yet on the destination system.


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There is no actual way to sync your bookmarks through different web browsers without using one of those services (like Xmarks, EverSync or Delicious, for example) that require you to create an account. And the problem with that is that it might lead your browser to create several copies of your bookmarks, making a REAL mess, as Antony said. Of those 3, I ...


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With your model open (this is required, as the navigation menus are context-aware), choose either "Synchronize Model" or "Synchronize with Any Source" under "Database".


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Just found the similar question - How do I synchronise two folders in real-time in Windows 7? I tried the DSyncronize and it works well in Windows 8


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In addition to CryptSync there is also paid software. Personally, for Windows, I like Acronis TrueImage (home edition is $50 for 1 PC or $80 for 3). It supports backup encryption with a password and AES 128/192/256 encryption. It also supports automated backups, with incremental backups that only backup modified data and optional compression to keep ...


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You can use CryptSync. It will sync your original files to encrypted folder, which can be in Google Drive. So it takes original files from machine A, encrypts them localy to Google Drive folder, and then Google can sync that encrypted folder to machine B.



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