Dropbox folder not updating on mac
Dropbox folder not updating on mac - updating credit score
From the manual -- Note: After a reset, make sure Dropbox is finished syncing before opening the family file on your device(s).Hi Frank, Just wanted to make a couple clarifications...
Again, I'm assuming you mean that there is only an alias inside your Reunion Files folder, which you double-click to open your family file; but the family file itself is located only in Dropbox.
The most common reason that changes don't appear is when a user has a family file in their Reunion Files folder, and a copy of the family file in Dropbox.
Hence, the reason for my reply -- just to make sure you're not doing that.
It is the only copy and there is ONLY an alias to it in my Documents/Reunion Files folder.
It would be simple to try deleting the alias if you think it might help.
After dealing with several other urgent family problems, I finally got back to looking for a solution to the Reunion touch problem described in my previous messages. I deleted the existing Reunion Touch family file (which had refused to update) from my i Pad. Checked that the Reunion file was still in the i Pad dropbox. Downloaded the file from the i Pad dropbox to Reunion Touch again. It seems that the file in the i Pad Dropbox had automatically updated all along, but the Reunion Touch file did not automatically update from it as I understood it would.
The changes I had made to the Reunion file on my i Mac now appear in the i Pad file ! I should probably have tried redownloading the i Pad Dropbox file first without deleting the original file, but I thought that would be more likely to corrupt the Reunion Touch file rather then updating it.Frank Another question, rather than answer, I'm afraid. That can get disrupted by a variety of database changes and occasionally needs resetting to re-initiate syncing.Mervyn Another question, rather than answer, I'm afraid. That can get disrupted by a variety of database changes and occasionally needs resetting to re-initiate syncing.I don't think it matters, but I have several files for other people's families in my Documents/Reunion Files folder, but none of them are involved in this exercise (and won't be! I could simply delete the file already on the i Pad and transfer the changed file from the i Mac again, but it would be nice to know what, if anything, I did wrong the first time to avoid repeating the error.It's a relief to know that I don't have to move all the media files.After your note, I checked the File Sharing status on the i Mac as well. I clicked on Redo the sharing button (bottom left - I forget what it was called) and was then told that This file is not being shared. Ill wait a bit to see if my problem means something to somebody.