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Dropbox 1.0

I’ve been critical of Dropbox in the past, but I’m pleased to report that version 1.0 adds support for resource forks, Finder labels, and extended attributes. Also, the forums are now open to the public (no login required) and indexable by Google. Bravo.

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[...] me interested in looking for alternatives. I definitely wanted a plain text editor that worked with Dropbox. This gives me full control over the backups, and it lets me edit and search the files using [...]

[...] reiterate, I want a plain text editor that works with Dropbox. This gives me full control over the backups, and it lets me edit and search the files using [...]

[...] Dropbox injects code into the Finder in order to draw the green and blue badges atop your icons. I prefer to run a clean system, and it turns out that you can prevent your Finder from being patched by running these two commands in Terminal: [...]

[...] comments. Arq, CrashPlan (as of version 3), SuperDuper, and Time Machine all support all of these. Dropbox supports all of them except creation dates, locks, and [...]

[…] Update (2010-12-17): Dropbox 1.0. […]

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