Sync files through OneDriveWindows Live Writer saves drafts and posts under Documents\My Weblog Posts. To sync this directory with OneDrive, just move it to OneDrive (e.g. OneDrive\Documents\WindowsLiveWriter), and create a junction to redirect:D:\Documents>mklink
/J "My Weblog Posts"
"D:\OneDrive\Documents\WindowsLiveWriter"Junction created for
My Weblog Posts <<===>> D:\OneDrive\Documents\WindowsLiveWriterAfter doing this for each PC, all Windows Live Writer files are in sync.Sync destination blog idWith the above step, draft files (Documents\My Weblog Posts\Drafts\*.wpost) can work across PCs, but posts (Documents\My Weblog Posts\Recent Posts\*.wpost) cannot. In the following scenario:In PC 1, writes a draft and post it to blog. There will be a post file saved, e.g.: Documents\My>
Weblog Posts\Recent Posts\LINQ via C#.wpost.In PC 2, opens Documents\My Weblog Posts\Recent Posts\LINQ via C#.wpost, edit it and post to blog again.In the blog, the original post is not updated. Instead, a new entry is posted to blog. and a new post file is saved to local as Documents\My Weblog Posts\Recent Posts\LINQ via C#.wpost. The same issue happens when Windows is reinstalled in the same PC.So why is LINQ via C#.wpost generated? What is the difference from LINQ via C#.wpost? These 2 files can be compared with Code Compare:
It looks .wpost files are binary files. So try to open them...(Read whole news on source site)