Hi folks -- I'm working on an application which stores data in a non-Dropbox folder, and sometimes syncs the contents to a Dropbox folder.
I'm already implementing a Windows context-menu handler for my app, which appears when you right-click the non-Dropbox folder -- and I'd love to include some sort "Share on Dropbox" menu item, which brings up the standard Dropbox-client sharing GUI.
My idea is that, if my non-Dropbox folder gets right-clicked, my handler can pass a call directly to the *Dropbox client*'s context-menu handler DLL (assuming it uses the Windows standard interface), substituting the path for the corresponding folder in Dropbox; Dropbox's handler should then respond as if that folder were right-clicked. But to do that, I'd need to know where to find the correct Dropbox DLL.
Any clues where in the registry I can find this?
(Explanations of why my idea is obviously insane also gracefully accepted.)
Hi Jon, this forum is intended for developers using the Dropbox API, but it looks like you're attempting to interface with the Dropbox desktop client. The Dropbox desktop client doesn't offer an official programmatic interface, so I'm afraid we can't offer help with this.
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