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Old is better - Tick, percentage storage, time to upload

Old is better - Tick, percentage storage, time to upload

dvd2
Explorer | Level 4
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Let's go fast

 

Ambient: Mac

Tick Green: Disappeared (love offline files without clicking icon cloud again and again and again..., maybe recente migration Dropbox folder)

Percentage Usage: I must go in preference ?(w.t-f)?

Uploading Progress bar: please come back!

 

PS, another way for Dropbox Transferring

On menu bar, click icon and a "+" give us to create a new empty transfer for drag and drop 

 

Thanks, 13 years with U ❤️

 

Dp version 163.4.5456

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Nancy
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Hey Davide! Apologies for the late reply. 

 

The specific syncing icons that you see indicate that your files have been set as online-only, to help you save up hard drive space on your device. You can also click here to see more details on the Mac syncing icons.


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Nancy
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Hi @dvd2, and thanks for posting on our forum.

 

I’ve passed your feedback on to our team, so that they’re aware of this and they can take your comments into consideration. 

 

However, if you can no longer see the green checkmark next to your files on the Dropbox app, please let me know and we can look into this further. 

 

Keep me updated and Happy New Year!


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dvd2
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Hi Nancy, here the green-check situation upgraded to cloud-icon.

I must click on cloud-icon to download files and folders. 

 

Dp v 165.4.4300

thanks

DavideA

 

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Nancy
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Hey Davide! Apologies for the late reply. 

 

The specific syncing icons that you see indicate that your files have been set as online-only, to help you save up hard drive space on your device. You can also click here to see more details on the Mac syncing icons.


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dvd2
Explorer | Level 4
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Perfect, during migration software doesn't ask me to change that. 

I must to set it on right click on folders. Big surprise (in attachment)! 

 

Maybe this option could be more clear in the preferences panel.

 

7a5r6fd (1).gif

"DropboxFile Provider is downloading a file from com.getdropbox.dropbox"

Fixed waiting and relaunch app.

 

Dp v. 166.4.2920

 

Thanks a lot

https://imgflip.com/gif/7a5r6f

 

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