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Subsequent Synchronize Operations Fail #6977

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cyberduck opened this issue Nov 30, 2012 · 1 comment
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Subsequent Synchronize Operations Fail #6977

cyberduck opened this issue Nov 30, 2012 · 1 comment
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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Nov 30, 2012

Bluehz+Openid created the issue

When synchronizing a folder, after synchronization if you attempt to synchronize that same folder again, the sync will fail unless you back out of the folder in the Open/Save dialog and re-enter the folder again.

For example - if I want to sync "Folder A"

  1. Cyberduck> Synchornize
  2. Open/Save dialog appears - choose "Folder A"
  3. Complete sync
  4. Return at a later date Cyberduck > Synchronize
  5. Open/Save dialog open and remembers last choice "Folder A" - if you then attempt to sync the sync will fail.
  6. In order to complete the sync you must back out of the selected folder in the Open/Save dialog (for example go up a level to the parent folder) then return back to the original "Folder A" in order to get the sync to complete successfully.

I have only tested this using Google Docs - but I assume it is generic bug that occurs regardless of source.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Apr 5, 2013

@dkocher commented

We have dropped support for Google Drive in 400cd82. See #6976.

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