Question1: can’t change name of exsisting folders
I have got android hp sync to linux desktop for quite sometime. Today, I wanted to change my folder name to lowercase letters in my linux desktop , but once i renamed it, syncthing created another copy of the same folder with original name (uppercase letters). Why ? How to solve it ?
Question2: syncthing delete both folders when i only delete 1.
As continue from above, Since i later saw it is so troublesome (due to syncthing expected behavior) to rename a existing folder, i decided to abandon the idea of renaming them (just to “undo” to original state). Because from the above unexpected behaviour of syncthing (created a duplicate copy of the same folder that i have renamed ), now i have 2 folders that contain the same files… one of the folder is the original uppercase letter name, the other is lowercase letter name. When i deleted the lowercase letter name folder, it auto deleted my uppercase letter folder as well !!! What on earth is going on with syncthing logic ?!! Why is this happening ?
Question 3: Is there way to turn on confirmation of each action syncthing gonna do so that i can decide if it is appropriate before i let it do it things ?
I am gonna faint! Either i as user has no idea the logic or working principle of syncthing or it is just damn weird.
It is the weird behaviour of syncthing that’s why i have a lot of missing files… i just found a file that i lost in .stversions folder. I dare not touch the folder now, because any action could be countered with unexpected “unequal” reaction! confusing