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I'm basically trying to do selective syncing with Dropbox between my Windows and Mac machines. The problem is the folder I want to sync in Windows resides in a different path in OSX (naturally).

Is there anyway I could link two folders (in different paths) from OSX and windows so they can sync through Dropbox?

Appreciate your help.

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Latest beta version should have that functionality. Please see http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=20472.

Just wondering, have you tried creating symlinks to the folders you want? You can create a folder which is a symlink on mac and windows. Symlink can point to 2 different locations on 2 different machines.

Hope this helps.

Thanks, Priyank

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symlinks only get crawled once so avoid infinite loop scenarios. you have to restart dropbox every time you want to sync symlinks. – Sun Apr 21 at 15:53

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