Description of the issue: Have been using Brave Browser happily for most of the calendar year, after a decade+ with Chrome. Is it safe to assume that the original machine I used to initially create the sync chain is considered the “master” ? The issue I’m having with the bookmark sync feature(s) is once I’ve updated my bookmarks, Brave browser will inevitably crash (which isn’t a big deal as I can simply “Restore” the last session/tabs), however I’m getting tons of duplicate bookmarks. Nearly all of my sub-folders under “Other bookmarks” are duplicated, as well as many in the bookmarks bar. Is there any way to prevent this from happening, or should I try to break the chain and start from scratch by re-syncing my ~dozen, or so devices? I believe the problems began occurring after the last major update in the Spring, or early Summer, but it’s continued to be a nagging issue that I cannot seem to resolve on my own. Appreciate any pro-tips to try and get this figured out.
I honestly don’t even recall which “Windows Desktop” machine Brave is referencing, but I assume it was a virtual machine I had spun up for various testing purposes and may, or may not still be accessible. I tend to create and destroy them as needed.
Actual Result: https://i.imgur.com/eKuu6IX.png
Reproduces how often: Every time Brave browser seems to sync devices.
Operating System and Brave Version): Version 0.67.125 Chromium: 76.0.3809.100 (Official Build) (64-bit) & Brave Browser V 1.2.0 for Android & Parrot OS 4.7 Linux version.