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Seems to be a bug: Since last update to version 90.3.292 it tells me "uploading 0,0 per second" and I don't see the traffic speed anymore. Uploading seems still working OK (can't say definively cause of missing speed information). (Am just oploading near 120 GB data with a 40 MBit/s connection. So it usually takes longer for upload.)
All of a sudden all my downloads of image files are being shunted into my Screenshots folder. Downloads of image files are not screen shots! I saved a JPEG out of Preview to my desktop today and it was swept into the Screenshots folder. Something's out of control here.
*** I HAVE FOUND A SIGNIFICANT AND LASTING BUG IN THIS EARLY RELEASE ***
This BUG will effect any WINDOWS user that has any folder in your dropbox folder with exlicitly assigned windows user permissions. This BUG is sadly in the release version also :(
I post here after contacting DROPBOX directly as they DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
Steps to replicate the fault
Create a "NEW FOLDER" in your dropbox folder.
Add a explicit user permission to the folder "OtherUser with Read & Execute rights"
Add a file to the folder via the web interface or another syncing device.
Check the permission on the uploaded file, no explicit permission exists.
I have completed this and supply an image shoing the folder explict permission for OtherUser and the uploaded via the web interface example file that does not have the explict permission.
I post here as any one would think the Dropbox app was created in germany as it seems that any mention of a fault in a relased version just gets a head buried in the sand reply of "I see nothing!" (Shultz from Hogans Heroes).
Can others please cast your coin if you can replicate this.
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