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Synchronisation problem.

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Jan 15, 2018

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Today I've successfully uploaded a small image (33kb) and some text to an established page on the one website I have.

I've then tried to upload another image (245kb) but keep getting the message  "Synchronisation information can not be found on BLOG_large jpg. Putting the file may overwrite changes to the file .... "

How do I overcome this problem - or do I just upload the image nevertheless (the BLOG_large jpg is simply going to replace an image with the same name).

Thanks for any advice

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

I just upload and overwrite when I see that error.

Unless you work with a group of people and someone else may have uploaded a "more correct" file at some point recently, it's no different than a normal upload/overwrite.

I also don't use any synchronization in DW, in my experience, the program seems to have issues with servers that aren't in my timezone.

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Synchronisation problem.

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Today I've successfully uploaded a small image (33kb) and some text to an established page on the one website I have.

I've then tried to upload another image (245kb) but keep getting the message  "Synchronisation information can not be found on BLOG_large jpg. Putting the file may overwrite changes to the file .... "

How do I overcome this problem - or do I just upload the image nevertheless (the BLOG_large jpg is simply going to replace an image with the same name).

Thanks for any advice

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

I just upload and overwrite when I see that error.

Unless you work with a group of people and someone else may have uploaded a "more correct" file at some point recently, it's no different than a normal upload/overwrite.

I also don't use any synchronization in DW, in my experience, the program seems to have issues with servers that aren't in my timezone.

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I just upload and overwrite when I see that error.

Unless you work with a group of people and someone else may have uploaded a "more correct" file at some point recently, it's no different than a normal upload/overwrite.

I also don't use any synchronization in DW, in my experience, the program seems to have issues with servers that aren't in my timezone.

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Many thanks John, everything's up and running.

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