I have lots of cases where sync-conflicts files appear all over my documents, despite of using Symple File Versioning. They should be placed under .stversions, so that I can see them.
I just synced the documents on my MacBook Pro 2018 with my desktop PC and from there I synced only my source code folders to an Ubuntu virtual machine. For some reason it decided to throw away a new Makefile, replace it with an old version and then propagate that to my PC and then to my MacBook. How do I tell Syncthing to always keep the new version and stop doing stupid things?
Very ofter I see two devices not having their databases in sync, so device A thinks B is Up to date, while B thinks A is syncing. Sometimes -reset-deltas helps, but sometimes I have to -reset-database which has to rescan over 300 GB of data and is not fun. Especially when things break that often.
It’s very disappointing to see that despite of the great potential of Syncthing, it has such obvious bugs making me loose hours every time I need to sync my devices. And I always have to worry if the new changes are propagated or reverted because of a bug.