(Sorry for my english... I'll try to be as accurate and good as I can be.)
I'm using 2 laptops, one for work (an old IBM mounted with Windows 7) and one at home (a Toshiba with Windows Vista). On both, I have the latest version of Ubuntu One.
A month ago, I've lost important files while trying to sync files... It happened at the very same time as the latest Ubuntu One upgrade. Never recovered these files...
Yesterday, at work, I worked on several MS Word files. This morning, at home, with the Toshiba, I'm trying to work on these files and I only see the older version of them. So, I opened the laptop I use at work (I always bring it home) to see what happened and I see the latest version of the files and new files with the .u1conflict extension. Having seen this type of files before, I'm not worried. But the syncing is not working. I just have the old version of those files on the Shared folder on the Toshiba.
It's not the first time that I experience bad «moves» from Ubuntu One... Maybe it's a Code 18. Maybe it's the 2 versions of Windows. I want to use Ubuntu products and derivatives, but for now, it's kind of heavy.
Do I have to close Ubuntu One on one of these machine before syncing? Am I doing something wrong?
P.S.: Last year, somebody answered my other question and suggested to download this file : "ubuntuone-windows-remove-metadata". I'm using it often, but this time it doesn't seem to make any difference at all.
Thanks for your answer(s)