I'm having trouble with the Sync function when trying to "equalise". As I understand it, this should cause the newest versions of files to overwrite any older versions regardless of whether they are in the source or destination.
Example: I created a folder on the C: drive called C:\Sync and another one on my flash drive E:\Sync. I create a simple text file called C:\Sync\test.txt which contains "initial revision". I run Toucan (1.2.0) and select Sync with the "equalise" and "retain attributes" options selected. The source is set to C:\Sync and the destination is set to E:\Sync. This worked as I expected: the text file was copied from C:\Sync\test.txt to E:\Sync\test.txt.
Now I edit/change the file ON THE FLASH DRIVE (E:\Sync\test.txt) and add a line which says "revision 1". Now do the Sync again with the same settings as previously. For me, nothing happens. I was expecting the newer/updated file in E:\Sync\test.txt to be copied to (overwrite) the C:\Sync\test.txt, but this didn't happen.
What am I missing? Is Toucan broken or is my understanding of how is should work broken? Thanks.