Figure I must have done something wrong but just can’t work out what.
I’ve been working on a project using iOS Scrivener on my iPad Pro for the last 4 weeks. The project is on my laptop as well but I haven’t accessed it on the laptop in 4 weeks because I’m on holidays and left the laptop at home.
I’ve had no problems at all until the last 5 days or so.
Now I keep getting the Sync Conflicts message. Except there isn’t any errors as far as I can see. There was the conflict folder first time. I ignored it after checking it since it was wrong. It was a copy of the old chapter before I had done some work. The version of said chapter in my project was the correct one.
Still kept getting the error message so I binned the ‘offending’ old copies of the chapter that it had stored in the Conflict folder.
That didn’t work, still kept getting the same error message. So I binned the ‘conflict’ folder too.
Still getting the same message. Telling me there is conflicts but there isn’t. There isn’t a new conflict folder, with old files or anything.
It’s not harming anything but it is getting really irritating.
Um, what did I do wrong? How do I get the stupid silly messages to stop.
I’ve been hitting the sync button, regularly. I’ve even started backing out of the whole project every time I stop working on it and hitting the sync out there as well.