If I copy a file and save it in a second location/folder for temporary reference but also leave it in its original location and then delete the version I used temporarily, does it delete the original version as well if they have the same file name?
I often pull a collection of examples to support a new project and want to have them in one place while I work on the new project. I delete the example files once I have don't need them any longer for the new project. When Dropbox asks if I want to delete a document "everywhere" would that include deleting the original version in its original location? My intention is to remove just the dupes I saved to reference temporarily in a new project folder so I don't have multiple copies but I want to make sure saying "yes" to deleting everywhere doesn't mean also deleting other copies of the same document that live in a different file/folder.
Is it searching by name and deleting all matches or just deleting that specific copy?
Does the question make sense? Thanks for any insight.