OK I have just been reprompted 59.4.93 and know what the trigger is thats causing it.
I just resynced a folder that was selectively synced off the computers (5 of them)
Once the folder was recreated, and file moved out of dropbox recieved the "remove ... from dropbox, if you move this file to ... it wont be available in dropbox or on any device [ ] dont ask me again" message
And EVEN WORSE than that is the following message that is now prompting on a file delete, following the resync.
When i delete a file from any location in dropbox using Win10 File Explorer
"This file will be deleted from your dropbox account. Because it's ionline-only, it wont be moved to your recycle Bin, but recently deleted files can be restored on dropbox.com"
What is disturbing about this is two fold
(1) There is no DONT ASK ME THIS AGAIN
(2) The file was not ONLINE-ONLY.
The client is set to SMART SYNC : LOCAL and has ALWAYS BEEN!
The one saving grace is it does not occur if the files are deleted by another pocess, only File Explorer.
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SmartSync gets it wrong when you restore a selectively synced off folder.
With both the apps SmartSync current setting of LOCAL and the Web Setting of LOCALwhen restoring a folder it is set to Cloud Files.
And the folder appears not to be included in those that are "dont ask me again" marked.
So this *may* be a selective sync bug, in that it doesnt restore all later development settings. (since it didnt havce them when it was built maybe?)
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