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Not sure if I should I post this here or in GOG Galaxy support but for Divinity: Original Sin II the Galaxy client only syncs story saves to the cloud.

Discovered this when I was hoping to continue work on preparing my GM campaign from a different computer. Unfortunately it seems I'll need to manually bring my GM saves with me in the meantime.

Anyone else have this issue?
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Same thing happened to me. I thought cloud sync was broken and it took me probably 15 min to realize this wasnt the case.
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Cactusgod: Same thing happened to me. I thought cloud sync was broken and it took me probably 15 min to realize this wasnt the case.
I believe it's because the GOG Cloud Sync only syncs the "PlayerProfiles" folder in the D:OS2 documents directory and not the "GMCampaigns." The only GM Mode saves that do get backed up are saves of an active GM game that is being ran with players and has been saved since those are stored in the "GMActiveCampaignSession" folder since they are tied to the player profiles who are participating in them.

The "GMCampaigns" folder being outside of the PlayerProfiles folder is actually a good thing since it prevents GM campaigns in general from being tied to any single player profile. It just needs to be synced as well for consistency sake. Should be a simple fix for the people at GOG and I'm going to inform them of the necessity of this functionality.
Post edited October 05, 2017 by atlasnr
Good news! I just received a response from the people at GOG and Galaxy will now properly sync GM saves! Response attached as image.
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Post edited October 05, 2017 by atlasnr
got problems with cload sync
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thorim01: got problems with cload sync
I installed D:OS2 on two PCs. Now when I try to start the game, it starts to sync the saves to the cloud - except it doesn't. The process stays at 0%, and I cannot start the game - or switch off the cloud syncing from the GOG galaxy client. What should I do? Uninstall one of the installations? Is there a way to get at the settings and turn cloud syncing off? Or could it be my Bitdefender/Cryptoprevent combo that prohibits the cloud syncing? (don't get a warning from either program and the game started up and played just fine until the second installation). Any help is much appreciated as I desperately want to continue the quest!!!
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thorim01: got problems with cload sync
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mrswing: I installed D:OS2 on two PCs. Now when I try to start the game, it starts to sync the saves to the cloud - except it doesn't. The process stays at 0%, and I cannot start the game - or switch off the cloud syncing from the GOG galaxy client. What should I do? Uninstall one of the installations? Is there a way to get at the settings and turn cloud syncing off? Or could it be my Bitdefender/Cryptoprevent combo that prohibits the cloud syncing? (don't get a warning from either program and the game started up and played just fine until the second installation). Any help is much appreciated as I desperately want to continue the quest!!!
Had the same issue earlier when I tried to start the game. I killed the GOG Galaxy client from the tray (Right-click -> Exit) then re-opened it. Once it comes back up you can go and disable cloud syncing.
use repair tool, and it worked on me:)
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thorim01: got problems with cload sync
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mrswing: I installed D:OS2 on two PCs. Now when I try to start the game, it starts to sync the saves to the cloud - except it doesn't. The process stays at 0%, and I cannot start the game - or switch off the cloud syncing from the GOG galaxy client. What should I do? Uninstall one of the installations? Is there a way to get at the settings and turn cloud syncing off? Or could it be my Bitdefender/Cryptoprevent combo that prohibits the cloud syncing? (don't get a warning from either program and the game started up and played just fine until the second installation). Any help is much appreciated as I desperately want to continue the quest!!!
Same problem - I think GOG cloud saves are limited to 1GB, but it does not tell you when you reach the limit - It just fails to sync, then hangs the client trying to sync on Startup. Great... I killed the client as well, turned those useless cloud saves off, and all is well. Will have to sync everything myself via other cloud services. 1GB does not last long.