Ye gods but the desktop NextCloud client is kind of terrible.
@woozle Just wait until you get a sync conflict. The only way to resolve it is to permanently remove the .conflict file. If you try to keep it around as a backup, rename it, move it, whatever, it just keeps telling you that you still have a sync conflict.
Also, it's giving me notifications about files it's not synching because they match a no-sync pattern. (Why do I need to know this?)
I was going to ask what version of the desktop app you're running, but... where does it even have the version number showing? Nowhere that I can see. >.<
Most of the things it says are on the ignore list look like temp files, so I'm not surprised it's ignoring them. I forget what I once learned about Nextcloud and hidden files. I do see one sync error there, I bet that one the folder is clickable to take you there.
It makes sense for it to ignore the files it's ignoring; what I don't understand is why it needs to tell me about this as if it were a problem of some kind.
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