Hi Lusil, I don't think this helps me yet. I did not purposefully create a duplicate folder. It was created by dropbox after I checked "Select All" in the Selective Sync menu. You mention gray circles and minus signs but my screenshot does not show any of that. So again, here is one example of my problem: I have always had a folder called "Access". As far as I know, I have never used the Selective Sync menu in all the years I have used Dropbox. Last week, I was in the Selective Sync menu and checked the box next to the Access folder. Now I have TWO Access folders and one of them also says (Selective Sync Conflict). What is the best way to get rid of the new folder that is named "Access (Selective Sync Conflict)"? Thanks!
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One of my five computers stopped syncing to dropbox. Let's call it Computer A. In an attempt to explore THAT problem, I went to Selective Sync on THAT computer and checked EVERY folder.
Now, Dropbox.com and every app on all five computers has TWO of every folder.
Yes I'm a dummy.
Every single duplicate folder name ends with "(Selective Sync Conflict).
1. What is the best way to undo what I have done?
1a. Manually delete all of the duplicate folders? That's pretty easy.
2.Even though I checked Selective Sync on Computer A only, all of the folders are now checked on the other computers too. What do I do about all of these checkmarks? As far as I know, none of the folders on any computer have been checked for all the years I have used Dropbox because I've always synced everything. (Well not completely true - I only sync a few frequently-used folders on my laptop.)
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