again a new version. seeing the frequent changes of the stable releases, it seems your software is not testet at all, neither as unit test nor as beta release. but then again, looking at the number of changes in the release notes, nothing changed.
I really start to wonder, what you try to hide .....
Based on comments to the beta posts, since nothing has changed, a good chunk of beta testers don't see the need to test. I'm in this group: I'm happy to take the risk of testing, but only if I have some idea of the risks, and an understanding of what is changing.
Since I don't get this courtesy, I don't bother.
So, since the release notes don't mention anything.
Did you remove the accessibility hack on macOS yet? I'm really looking forward to a dropbox version that doesn't try to claim root access to my computer.
May we at least know if this version adds compatibility to MacOS Sierra?
Some months ago you stated "Going forward there will be cases when we post additional information, such as when new operating system versions come out and we’re working on adding compatibility".
So? May I run this or the new beta on a new OS?
Guys, are you serious developers or what????
it seems your software is not testet at all, neither as unit test nor as beta release.
I've tried some things on my local machine, since no dropboxers seem to be responding about the mac os admin/accessibility hack.
The new dropbox version will ask correctly to enable accessibility features if dropbox badge is enabled.
However, the dropbox helper also keeps nagging about an admin password for no apparent reason. And since the accessibility snafu, I'm still very hesitant to give dropbox helper any privileges.
what the ? No release notes since v3, yet I seem to get a new version (with zero choice) every couple of weeks.
Very poor communication...or is Dropbox trying to hide something ?