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I have tried the Dropbox syncing method described in here:

And even though I tried to follow instruction very closely, I failed, probably because I suck unix commands.

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This question doesn't have enough information in it to be answerable, but I'm going to assume that's just because you're not sure where to start.

First thing's first--checking to see if ShoveBox's library is symlinked to its location in Dropbox.

In terminal, do ls -l ~/Library/Application\ Support/Shovebox

If the output shows a regular file and not a symlink, then you'll need to basically start over. If it is a symlink, the output will look something like lrw-r--r-- 1 user group 198656 Jun 26 14:00 ShoveBox Database -> ../../../Dropbox/ShoveBox Database

If not, it'll look more like -rw-r--r-- 1 user group 198656 Jun 26 14:00 ShoveBox Database

Give us some more information and we may be able to help.

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