I work with a drawing program and every ten minutes I store the changes. Automatically, besides the drawing file, a backup
file.bak is created, or updated, storing the former status. This is the expected behavior. My computer synchronizes the drawing files on Ubuntu One. Although those were not opened by other computers connected to the same account at the same time, the backup-file produces a
file.bak.u1conflict file. After some time of work there are dozens of conflict files in the folder, and I have to delete them manually.
Why does this happen and how could I solve this? Would it be possible to prevent certain filetypes from being synchronized or delete them automatically?