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Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of help/en/howto/mount/sync/history


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Feb 13, 2020 3:02:52 PM (9 months ago)
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  • help/en/howto/mount/sync/history

    v10 v11  
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    1818The ''Recent Files'' area shows the last 20 items that Mountain Duck uses for one of the following operations:
    19  * [[Image(delete.png, 16px)]] **Delete.** A file or folder has been deleted either by you or on the server.
    20  * [[Image(plus.png)]] **Create.** A file or folder was created or updated on the server.
    21  * [[Image(transfer-upload.png, 16px)]] **Upload.** A file or folder gets uploaded either by you or by the file browser. If you create or update a file within the local network drive you'll also see this icon.
    22  * [[Image(transfer-download.png, 16px)]] **Download.** You or the file browser downloads a file or folder to the local drive. This state also occurs if a file that is marked as keep offline has updated on the server.
     19 * [[Image(delete.png, 16px)]] **Delete.** A file or folder has been deleted either ''by you'' or ''on the server''.
     20 * [[Image(plus.png)]] **Create.** A file or folder was created or updated ''on the server''.
     21 * [[Image(transfer-upload.png, 16px)]] **Upload.** A file or folder was added or changed and is uploaded to the server.
     22 * [[Image(transfer-download.png, 16px)]] **Download.** A file or folder is downloaded to the local cache to be available for offline use. This state also occurs if a file that is marked as ''Keep offline'' has updated on the server.
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    24 Also, a file may show up with an error state indicating an issue while synchronizing. Further details are available through the Finder or Explorer extension sync options menu item.
     24A file may show up with an error state indicating an issue while synchronizing. Further details are available through the [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/sync#SyncErrors sync option menu item].
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    2626Clicking on a file in the ''Recent Files'' section Mountain Duck opens it in the operating system file browser. You can clear out all entries of the list by clicking on the ''Clear Menu'' button at the end of the file history menu.
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