Hi,Please refer to Error: "Unable to sync files" to find out about what is supported in this new release. It may be the case your still using unsupported characters in your folder or files names. ThanksWarner
Can you send me your full Creative Cloud log to me at firstname.lastname@example.org please, I will examine your log in better detail. Could you also supply some information on steps or actions your took to see these errors?. I will also open a bug on our systems for this issue.
I sent the log to Warner and he found the issue. He says it will be fixed in a future release of Creative Cloud.
The problem is due to accented letters in file and folder names, aka double byte Unicode characters. They are currently not supported by Adobe. As soon as any character in a filename - or any of its parent folders - has an accent, syncing fails. E.g. the ç in "François" should be changed to "Francois".
Using only ASCII letters is of no practical use to me, though. I already have a lot of files and folder names with accents, referenced in links when placing media files, so I can't change them without breaking a lot of things.
I'm surprised I didn't read before in Adobe help and documentation about this important limitation, in a "known issues" or similar section. Because it's been weeks since the syncing with accented letter fails.