Thanks again, Chris.
I just completed the Dropbox sync. It worked, but not without some interesting bugs.
Most interesting was that when I executed the sync, my iPhone Accordance Theme was set to "Night." When I checked my Mac User Notes to see if the notes from my iPhone had indeed synced, I could see the note icons, indicating I had made a note, but the fields appeared empty! Then I realized that the font was set to white, due to the "Night" setting, and thus invisible on a white background. I had to manually change the font color on those notes on my Mac in order to see them. I'm sure I'll discover other ghost notes in the future, but at least I know what happened. And next time I sync with Dropbox I'll make sure my Accordance IOS theme is set to "Day"!
The other strange bug was that a couple of lines of text in my iPhone notes appeared overlapping on my Mac. I had to click all over the place to figure out how to delete the offending text and retype it.
Another strange thing, which seemed to do no harm, was that there were hundreds of notes that Dropbox identified as duplicates and asked for me to manually select which note to keep: the note on my Mac or the note on my iPhone. Since they were all identical, it was easy to choose, but it worried me that maybe the merge function wasn't working properly...at least it seems to me that the merge function has difficulty when the notes are identical.
So, while the sync was successful overall, it was a bit more exciting than I would have expected. Maybe you've come across some or all of these bugs yourself and work is already being done to correct them. If not, add these to your list!
Edited by Evan Bryant, 24 September 2016 - 08:10 AM.