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Yeah, I could do that, but for an app that loads on startup, in the background, it's not an ideal solution. Right now, I've resorted to saving my Dropbox folder in Google Drive (I know, I know...), so that it'll sync with the rest of the content there. I'll just have to sync both folders every once in a while, via Terminal if I have to.
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