First, Congratulations for a great software.
Second, as all we read and experiment very often, Insync runs some “dark” processes (like “syncing metadata” or so) which takes a lot of time and we use to wonder if the app is working good… or is stuck in a process and needs to “pause and run”, or a close-reopen or even a PC-reboot…
For example, I’m syncing about 300GB for 4 days (Internet speed: 25 Mbits download / 5 Mbits upload) and many times during the long long process I have experimented many moments where I didn’t know what to do: wait? To do something? Hard decisions when you take the risk to begin again… and again… and again… if something goes wrong.
So… don’t you think we all could breath more relaxed if we could see a “progress bar” or something similar with a percentage indicator of task done when Insync is doing some of these “dark” tasks which use to make us nervous?
What do you think?
Insync 22.214.171.124187 for Ubuntu 14.04 - 64bit.
Data synced: 300 GB.
Files synced: 180.000.
Linux Mint 17.2 - 64bit.
Intel Core 2 Duo - 3.0 Ghz - 8 GB RAM.