On Apr 4, 12:34 am, MikeStevens
> Thanks you Richi, but I still don't know how to copy a file into a library.
> Maybe I'm not explaining my problem very well.
> I want to write a Word document and copy it into a library. It may be
> obvious to skilled users but not to me.
> "Richi Jennings" wrote:
> > MikeStevens wrote:
> > > Incidentally, maybe I should have mentioned that I'm not using a PC but a Mac.
> > Aha! Yes, it turns out that you should have mentioned that. There's a
> > bug in the Mac version that stops it synchronizing if encryption is
> > enabled, which is the default.
> > Ctrl-click on the FS icon in the menu bar, select More|settings, select
> > the transfers screen and uncheck Encrypt transfers, click OK.
> > Now stop FS by Ctrl-clicking on the FS icon in the menu bar and
> > selecting Shutdown, then start it again from the dock.
> > Do this on all your Macs.
Mike.. a "library" consists of file folders on your computer that you
have designated should be sync'd. Say that you create a library called
"MIkes Files". The Folder you have told Foldershare to include in this
library are, for example (using Windows Terminology) "My Documents".
Now any file that you place into the "My Documents" folder on your
computer will automatically be replicated on the other machines that
are a member of the library.
I think you are getting confused with the notion that you have to add
something to the library on the FolderShare website.., you dont. You
set up the folders that FolderShare should monitor as part of your
library, then you forget about FolderShare.
Hope this is clearer for you.. it's so simple it's not obvious