This was a persistent problem for me. I tried quitting dropbox and relaunching, force quitting Finder, all the recommendations in this thread. What worked for me was to go to System Preferences -> Extensions and under Finder Extensions I had another app (in this case WhatsYourSign) that also had Finder Extensions clicked. So my recommendation would be to see if any other extensions have Finder Extensions turned on and turn them off.
Hi @RomanyWelson, thanks for joining the discussion!
Could you try reinstalling the desktop app with admin permissions to see if that does the trick?
Let me know how it goes!
it's unfortunate that you're also receiving this issue... but just so you're aware, the previous messages within this thread are regarding MacOS integrations.
no worries, but just though you should know. wasn't sure if you were aware of that and/or kept looking for a solution.
This was a persistent problem for me this morning and nothing seemed to work. Finally just logged out of Dropbox completely, downloaded the app again, re-installed and presto, the smart sync icons showed up after a brief sync, thankfully.
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