- This means that the file is still syncing and is not completely on your system yet. The name will turn black like a regular file name when the file syncing has been completed on your system. The file will also have a .tmp on the end of it until it is finished transferring to your system.
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Modified on: Sun, 8 Mar, 2020 at 1:16 PM
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