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Beta Build 9.3.43

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Beta Build 9.3.43

Thanks for using Dropbox! The desktop client is regularly updated with many improvements and fixes.
 

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Auto-updates: Everyone who chose “Include me on early releases” on the Settings page.

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Level 7

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

How many builds in a row without anything meaningful listed as being changed? Wow.

Level 7

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

So no hope of getting back release notes. I'm looking for another "Dropbox" like service. I'm in since the very start (version 0.6). Very sad to support a company, and see how it lets you down.

Level 2

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

@Dropbox Team: Would like to know what's new in the last version. Sad to see that the last 10 updates didn't get any details in the description what's new in each version.

Super User

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

obviously the attorneys are sitting on their shoulders and their knees are like batter...

Level 1

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

latest update the copy public link is no longer working, i tried to go back to regular build, but everytime i install the version 8.x it automatically updates to 9.x beta

Dropboxer

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the bug report.  You can prevent the auto-updates to the beta by unchecking "include me in early releases" in the settings when logged in on dropbox.com.

--John

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

The 9.3.43  use GPU and drain my battery on my MBP 2010. Return to the 8.4.19, but full reindexation and synchronisation now ! Grrrr

Dropboxer

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

Hi Jean-Claude,

Thanks for the report!  The new beta build should have a fix for this issue:

https://www.dropboxforum.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/208929203-Beta-Build-10-3-22

--John

Level 7

Re: Beta Build 9.3.43

Huh, so they do fix things. If only there were some way to note what had changed in a new release, so that users could be aware of when a fix has been implemented?

This could be an industry shaking development, think of the press! The user satisfaction! The support requests that aren't needed as users know what is changing? Wow, this would be so cool.

What do you say Dropbox, time to implement some sort of notes discussing each release?