Hi there @zarga, thanks for joining us here!
I was able to locate your open ticket with our Support team where you're looking into this further.
I've passed along your comments from here just to keep my colleague in the loop too as they're better equipped to help you with this via email.
I have this same problem. I have done all the things instructed (a couple of times) and all my Dropbox files are set to smart sync only, but still my Mac shows that they take up space from my local disc. How can I fix this? I just updated my Mac to Mojave 10.14.6 (can't update to Catalina because of some apps).
Hi @Anni E., if you’ve enabled the zero-size placeholders, could you try rebooting the machine to see if this helps?
Otherwise, could you forward a screenshot showing the ‘Get Info’ page of the Dropbox folder showing the amount of space it takes up. Thanks!
I just uninstalled Dropbox using your uninstall guide: https://help.dropbox.com/da-dk/installs-integrations/desktop/uninstall-dropbox
Now all the Smart Sync disk space is converted to Other storage. What is going on? I need this storage space.
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