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  1. I'm using EN 5.4.1 on iOS devices with a premium account. I have Offline Notebooks set to All Notes. My intent is that my iOS devices have a complete copy of my EN database before I lose connectivity. I believed that if I opened the device and hit the sync button before I got on an airplane, that the iOS devices would be fully synced, much as hitting the sync button on EN on my Mac causes it to be synced with the EN cloud database. But I have learned otherwise. One bad experience, and then some testing shows that each notebook on the iOS devices must be opened to force it to sync. The sync button apparently does nothing at all. So to sync my iOS devices before losing connectivity, which is the whole point of "Offline Notebooks" I have to open each notebook, let it sync, and then move on to the next notebook. Repeat for each iOS device. As far as I can tell this is the only way to ensure the iOS devices are actually in sync with the EN cloud before losing connectivity. Isn't it reasonable to believe that the sync button on an iOS device should have the same effect as the sync button on the Mac version? Can someone at EN please explain the logic behind why this is the way that iOS Offline Notebooks should work? Or is it, as I believe, just wrong?
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