This results when Dropbox detects two different sets of changes to your script. This may be caused by:
- Working on the file on the computer and the iPad, and first saving on the iPad;
- A collaborator is working on the same synced file at the same time;
- Shutting down the iPad while working, making changes on another device, then reopening the FD Mobile App.
Of the two conflicting versions of the file in the above cases, the second file that is saved to Dropbox will get “(conflicted copy)” appended to its name. This is a standard feature of Dropbox.
If you’re unsure about how you want to proceed, you can go to the Scripts list and duplicate the file in question. The duplicate file will not be synched, and therefore it will retain your changes. You can then investigate the differences between the two files.