Hi, I have tried this new stable version, also has the issue.
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
So no any staff can answer my this simple question? What is this forum holding for?
@shou That sounds like normal behavior to me. The file timestamp should only be updated when you actually edit the file. If there's something I'm missing, do you think you can attach a screenshot of the behavior you're currently seeing so I can better understand what's going wrong? Thanks!
Thanks for using Dropbox! Here are the release notes for v76:
In the old version(before v74) with the old panel, I cilck the dropbox icon on the top bar, the panel opens, files' timestamp will be automatically updated, every time.
Then someday, the dropbox updated, it show a new drop panel, the files' timestamp lost this func, I have to click one of the file, then the timestamp will change. It is not convenient for knowing the file status now.
@Shou G. Oh, I understand now. I've relayed that to our tray team. They're aware of that bug and it should be fixed in v79, which should be released as beta in about two weeks. Thanks for the bug report, and sorry about the disruption.
@pohsuansu Are you still experiencing this issue? I don't see anything out of the ordinary in your logs.
@odysseus I can't discuss those details, but we are working hard to make sure we support Catalina by the time it exits beta.
I am a little bit confused by the recently added tags which say "Beta Testing" in the overview of client build releases. Is a stable version with the "Beta Testing"-tag only more or less a stable version?
Which version do you roll out to those customers who have *not* opt-in for using the Beta Versions? I'm just asking because my business team is still on 75.4.142, which is named as Stable Version but tagged as Beta Testing.
Confusion all over the place...
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