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I found solution here: https://askubuntu.com/questions/453148/after-upgrading-to-14-04-my-dropbox-notifier-is-missing To fix this Dropbox error in Ubuntu / Linux Mint / Debian, open a terminal and run the following commands: sudo rm -rf /var/lib/dropbox/.dropbox-dist dropbox start -i It worked perfectly for me!


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You can also try the following method first specify the location(parent directory) that you want to see and interact with the Dropbox folder (Desktop for instance). Then after linking Dropbox with your account click move Dropbox location and select the parent directory you want to have the Dropbox folder(Desktop in our particular example). After that quit ...


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I had to delete the DropBox folder from C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming to stop this madness.


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Yes, this is called Selective Sync in Dropbox. You can exclude specific folders being synced with DropBox. In Windows 7 and Dropbox 3.1.265, you can: click on Dropbox system tray icon click on gear icon and select Preferences click Account click Selective Sync Untick the folder you no longer wish to sync with Dropbox Click OK


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I don't think that the Dropbox Sync client supports this as of now. I don't think there is a workaround. You could try moving the bigger .dat files to another folder in Dropbox and stop them from being synced(You'd also have to enable Selective Sync for this).


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If you stopped syncing the folder to dropbox months ago, then dropbox should not have a copy after then, right? The only copy on dropbox should be months old, isn't that how dropbox should work? I think you could check the web interface for dropbox and that should show everything, in case it's still there, regardless of your current hard drive setup. And ...


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Your hard drive is not big enough to fit everything you've stored on Dropbox.com You can either download everything to a bigger hard drive Perform your duplicate filtering online on Dropbox Use a trial of Beyond Compare 4.0 and view in flat structure where all duplicate files will appear. Your left column and right column will both have to be Dropbox.


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Perhaps you can submit an enhancement request so when you browse via the File option, the images can be seen as a gallery rather than in list view. There are currently small thumbnails in the File view, but it is likely not the size you require for browsing.


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I have a Synology NAS (DS413) and they have a "package" made by Synology called "Cloud Sync" and it allows you to sync files to/from Dropbox (and Google Drive, Baidu Cloud, OneDrive, Box, and Hubic for now). CloudSync can acts like a 3rd DropBox client and simply sync back and forth as per normal. This may be of interest (from their help file): Default ...


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In dropbox the requested feature will work as you expected the main concern is that If the external drive is disconnected from the computer while Dropbox is running, there's a small chance that the application will start deleting files before realizing that the entire drive has been removed. Again: When it comes to using an external drive for your Dropbox ...


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considering the path you entered is correct, it should show. try running chflags nohidden ~/Dropbox/test.txt and see if it unhides it for you if its not showing the file, my guess is that the path you entered is incorrect. go to Dropbox folder and do pwd and see the path and use it



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