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Stable Build 75.4.142

Stable Build 75.4.142

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Re: Stable Build 75.4.142

Shou G.
Explorer | Level 4

The file timestamp like "Edited 2 minutes ago", can't be updated unless I click the file on the drop panel. Is it normaI or bug? macOS 10.13.6

Re: Stable Build 75.4.142

ngoclb
Explorer | Level 3

On Linux, the "Account" tab did not show both personal and team account like Windows and MacOS client. Please help!

Re: Stable Build 75.4.142

samertm
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@ngoclb Sorry, signing into your personal and team account at the same time currently isn't supported on Linux. https://help.dropbox.com/accounts-billing/multiple-accounts/pair-accounts-all-devices

Re: Stable Build 75.4.142

ftramarin
New member | Level 2

@samertm But the question is, why?

I ask as a newcomer to the feature, as I come from a Mac where this is taking for granted. Now I miss the feature on linux, and I found posts from years ago asking for this feature for linux. 

My question is hence, without any polemical intent, what is the technical reason for avoiding this capability to linux users?

Is this feature expected for the near future?

Thank you very much

Federico

Re: Stable Build 75.4.142

Здравко
Super Collaborator | Level 20

Hi @ftramarin,


@ftramarin wrote:

... 

My question is hence, without any polemical intent, what is the technical reason for avoiding this capability to linux users?

...

:grinning: "..., What is the technical reason ..." :laughing: You raise the bar too high. :wink: Did you have seen any decision made and "technical reason" pointed?:thinking:

Technical reasons aren't something leading for Dropbox! Have you seen the discussion for FS restrictions? Is there any technical reason?! There are lot more similar examples. :unamused: Just company politics, unfortunately. You shouldn't look for non existing thing. Python programing language, QT underlying library,... everything multiplatform - there is not actual reason!

The only thing such "extras" are waiting for is business decision. Nothing more. :wink:

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