I updated to version 2.1.43 with no issues.
After I launched Anki for the first time after the update I got the message offering me to update to the schedule.
After I update it successfully, whenever I try to sync my collection I’m asked to pick between uploading to AnkiWeb or downloading from it.
I pick to upload but then a few seconds later it fails and shows me an error message that reads “either the upload was corrupt, or your collection has exceeded the 250MB limit”.
At this point, since I can’t sync my collection to AnkiWeb, it means I can’t do my reviews, so I have no choice but to pick “download from AnkiWeb” instead to avoid the syncing issues, but then the message asking me to update the scheduler also returns, and if I try to update it again, the same story I described above repeats…
I tried to use “check database” and it showed me a message that some cards got “fixed” or something, but the syncing problem remains.
So right now the only way I can continue doing my daily Anki is if I purposely don’t update to the new schedule, but I kinda want it, I want my Anki to be up to date and running smoothly.
Now, my collection IS big (I exported my collection as a coldpkg file and its size is 1.5 GB), but I’ve had no issues with syncing it before and I don’t see why its size should matter to this scheduler update. Is that the issue? How do I fix it other than removing cards and decks (I really don’t wanna do this)? Could it indeed be a “corrupt” upload instead? Why does it mean and how do I fix it?
I’ll appreciate your help on this,