Way to reproduce:
For example, we have two databases: 1st is "red" and second is "green". Now we synchronize the first database with the second. Result: both are painted red. And vice-versa, synchronizing "green" with "red" gives us two "green", i.e. like in current active database. In order to see changes, you need to close/open both databases (if any), because there is no auto-refresh after synchronization.
I'm not 100% sure that it is really a bug, however, i clearly remember that this option worked well in previous versions (~ 2.20)
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