first it opens for a long time (have to skip syncing with iCloud), and then after some time it freezes when you scroll through the records or start editing. Disabled all add-ons, reinstalled the application - it did not help.
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As the warning suggests, iCloud Drive saves local storage by keeping files in the cloud instead of on-device. There’s no way to force iCloud Drive not to do this, but Obsidian needs all files available to work.
The skip is only there if you really urgently need to see something in your vault. You shouldn’t skip every time. In your case, the offloaded files are critical for your vault (e.g., iCloud Drive has offloaded vault setup or metadata files) and you need to wait until iCloud Drive re-downloads them.
Leave your device alone for a long time. 10–15 minutes. It may look unresponsive. It might even crash. That’s okay: iCloud Drive is still working in the background to re-download your files.
After waiting a while, quit and relaunch Obsidian.
This helped, thanks. I realized that I need to take away all the heavy files from the storage and leave only the md files. Otherwise, it is very debt to wait for synchronization every time on app lunch.