I’m new here hope this is the right Place/Category for.
I like Anytype a lot.
Unfortunatelly it has have one big draw-back in my ecosystem.
I use Android Smartphone,
combined with macbook Pro Notebook,
and an Eve V (kind of cheap surface clone)
The sync between Android and Mac OS is quite smoove and fast.
Sometimes there is a gap between the synced status about 20-60 secs.
But the sync between Android to Win 10 or ViceVersa AND also the Sync between Mac OS and Win 10 is kathastrophical.
Most of the time there is NO sync at all (although Anytype in Win 10 sync status is green and synced).
Sometimes it happens but after 10 Minutes behind the executed sync-process between Android and Mac OS.
My Workaround is to deinstall and reinstall Anytype on Windows. Then all is fine. But this is extremly timeconsuming and error prone.
So I would like to have the ability at least to flush the data on wind 10 Anytype so it will reload the data from Backup or other devices.
Q1: => Does anyone has a solution for (Flush the Win-Anytype-Data/Cache)?
Q2: => Or is there the possibility to enforce a sync-process from Win-Anytype App?
(I looked on google, here in forum, on notion-docu … no match found)
Q3: => I tried to shut down Anytype on Win10 and restart. But the restart ist too fast I guess, so there have to be some sleep process and maybe hold-up the data in cache, also when I shutdown the Win-App.
Is there a KeyStrokeCombination to shutdown or restart without Cache?
Mac OS: Big Sur 11.6.6 (20G624) | Anytype Version: 0.26.1
Smartphone: Android 12 Kernel 4.14.113-23686045 | Anytype Version: 0.7.0-alpha Lib: 0.18.1
Eve V v1: Windows 10 Home Version 2H2 Build 19042.1466 | Anytype Version: 0.26.1
All devices are connected to the same WLAN. Any App are clicked on «search for update» => You are on the latest version
Seams to be something in Windows Anytype Version. Because sometimes Sync is working sometime not at all. The other devices have no problems with. Or in better description it goes tolerably long to sync.
Looking forward to a push in the right direction, maybe a link about more information or help