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The storage contains the information as a tree of files.
When connecting to the storage, the Meta Editor user reads and writes these files.
This step-by-step article walks you through troubleshooting steps, starting with the easiest fixes. Before you start: If Dropbox is installed, you’ll see the icon in the system tray or menu bar, or your computer’s list of applications. Selective sync is a feature that allows you to select which files sync from to the Dropbox folder on your computer. To see if the files missing from your computer were selectively synced: If you’re still having trouble, move on to step 5.
If you don’t see Dropbox in either of these locations, then Dropbox is not installed. If Dropbox is installed and running, you’ll see the icon in the system tray or menu bar, and this icon will be black or show syncing status. Sometimes restarting your computer will reset your internet connection and allow Dropbox to sync properly. Sometimes quitting and relaunching the Dropbox app will restart sync.
The root directories are the MQL5/MQL4 folder and folders of each shared project.
Revisions are managed separately for each root directory, so they have individual revision nuumbers.
When you commit changes made to the MQL5 directory, its revision number is increased, while the revision number of projects does not change (unless the projects use shared files from the MQL5 directory).
Each transaction of changes is recorded in the storage journal, and later the user can view when, by whom and what files were changed.
To delete a file or a folder from the repository, commit these changes using the " Commit to Storage" command.
If you want to undo the changes made in the current local copy of data, execute the " Revert Changes" command for the necessary file or folder.
If the addresses are different (look carefully for typos), then you have multiple accounts and your devices will not sync.