- I checked iPad Settings >> Dorico >> Store Documents and Data on iCloud
- I opened a Dorico project on the iPad (Dorico V2.3.10) which exists in a folder in my iCloud Documents.
- I edited for a while and returned to the Dorico iPad Hub.
- The Hub showed three versions of the project, all apparently stored on the iPad (all had hamburgers) and all with exactly the same timestamp. (See screenshots below)
- The Dorico folder on my iPad had one version of the project with the same timestamp as shown on the Hub
- The original iCloud project was now shown as having been last updated 3 seconds after the timestamp on the iPad.
- I opened one of the iPad-local projects, edited, returned to iPad Dorico Hub
- Now there is only one instance of the project in the Hub with a new timestamp
- But the original iCloud project has not been updated
- A local copy should have not have been made at all? The iPad was connected to internet during editing and previously (pre V2.2.10?), if off-line , a hamburger-free iCon would still have been created in the iPad Dorico Hub as I recall commenting positively on its “store and forward” behaviour. But these local duplicates can easily lead you to believe that you might be editing the original when you’re not
- Why were three local copies made? (Why was any local copy made …. editing it edits a duplicate of the original and I almost lost many edits by considering deleting the now-separate local version.