Re: Using tdropbox on W10?

Matt Turner

Hi, I always make a backup of my dropbox folder, just in case.

I also didn't no about the check box in the advance part.

I found that box, but it just said checkbox, nothing about smart sync.

On 7/18/2019 12:29 AM, Gene wrote:

Evidently by felt like, you mean you believed or believe there is one called local.  But what do you want to do?  Do you want to change sync from the default?  If you aren't sure what may happen, with Drop Box not running, when you are at, not in, the Dropbox folder, copy the folder to the clipboard and paste it somewhere else as a backup.  Then experiment.  Or if you let us know exactly what you want to do, use the sync you have been using in the past or change something, you might get answers for the specific thing you want to do.
----- Original Message -----
From: Luke Davis
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 11:17 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Using tdropbox on W10?

It is not clear that the Dropbox add-on would help you with this, although since
there is one, you might want to try it just in case.

I thought that most of the button accessibility problems for Dropbox were
resolved by Dropbox themselves in more recent versions, but maybe they've
introduced a new one. Hard to say, as I have not seen the situation you're
talking about.

On Wed, 17 Jul 2019, Matt Turner wrote:
> Hi, I'm using the latest version of NVDA, and no dropbox addon.
> When I signed in to my db account on my pc, I got the online recommended
> option button for syncing.
> I didn't see another button, but i felt like there was one called local.
> I have all my dropbox folder on another drive, there's 123 gigs of stuff in
> there, and I didn't want it moving my local files from the drive, then trying
> to redownload them again.

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