Since installing MacOS Mojave, the automatic Dropbox copying of a screenshot link into the clipboard has stopped working. (Mojave has it's own new screenshot functionality which seems to be interferring with this feature on Dropbox.)
Any suggestions on how to fix this?
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I have the same issue, tried your suggestion and even rebooted, doesn't seem to help 😕 I even disabled as much as I could of the OS screenshots tool 😕
I did try disabling and then re-enabling the screenshot option from the desktop app's preferences, but it didn't clear up / fix this issue.
I'm not sure what other info I can provide that I didn't in the initial post here. Since intalling Mojave which has it's own new screenshot functionality, the automatic copying of screenshot links to the clipboard (via Dropbox) no longer works.)
What else can I tell you? (and thank you!)
Hi Lusil, Thanks for the reply. I just uninstalled and then reinstalled the latest version of Dropbox (the one which automatically downloaded from the Dropbox website is version 60.3.102) And the issue is still there. (Screenshots now seem to have been taken over by Apple's new functionality in Mojave and no link is copied to clipboard.) I did double check the Dropbox App's preferences and the "Share Screenshots..." item is checked under the Import tab. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Screenshots now seem to have been taken over by Apple's new functionality in Mojave and no link is copied to clipboard.
Thanks Lusil. I'll check Apple's support forum, but I think an official Apple technical support ticket will result in them saying it's not their responsibility to support specific thrid party apps, but rather the third party app's responsibility to be compatible with the system. 😕
Wondering if anyone else using Mojave has experienced this issue since Mojave was released?
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