I use both together daily on several client machines and have had no
such issues, and suspect some external issue rather than a glitch with
Timestamps are critical - are your client machines nntp sync'd?
Obviously important to run a sync session before and after each Zim
editing session - I handle this via the scripts that launch my apps
including Zim, even when I'm only using one machine over several
sessions in a row, that way DB is never more than a few hours behind.
I don't run DB constantly in the background, but if you're willing to
put up with the RAM/disk overhead that's another way, just make sure
it finishes before you shut down after a working session.
And even more obviously, refrain from editing on multiple client
machines between syncs.
Can you reproduce the issue on demand?
On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 3:02 AM, Didier BRETIN <did...@bretin.net> wrote:
> I use Zim on windows (work) and on linux (home). I put my notebook on
> dropbox so I can have synchronization between my two PCs.
> Yesterday, I move some pages from a level to another level in Zim under
> Yesterday night, back to home, my linux dropbox synchronized the notebook,
> but I didn't open it.
> This morning I'm back to windows and the pages I moved yesterday are back.
> I suppose that my linux dropbox found that the pages were deleted on my
> dropbox drive, so it recreated on linux and synchronized it back.
> Do you that the issue is here ? If yes what is the best pratice to use
> dropbox and zim when I want to move pages ?
> Didier Bretin
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