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Auto-updates: Everyone who chose “Include me on early releases” on the Settings page.
The desktop client is regularly updated with many improvements and fixes.
The amount of users Dropbox is alienating at the moment with this is ridiculous.
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Hmmm - without release notes, I can't be bothered checking for myself. So I'll just ask.Does this new build fix:
Also, does it include anything like Project Infinity yet - and will that ever be coming to Linux?
Did bother checking if Dropbox still needs the "dbus-launch" hack to get it working with a GUI. Unfortunately, I can report that nothing has been done to fix this. :-(
It´s ridiculous: version numbers are leaping from number to number but no changes visible!!!!
Where are the times where I could "see" changes.
Now without release notes not even hidden changes can be guessed.
Please return to posting release notes that detail changes and new features.
Here's a change.org petition for those interested in supporting this: https://www.change.org/p/dropbox-start-posting-dropbox-release-notes-again