Topic: Default sync folder Mac OS X
My workhorses are a couple of Linux PC's and these seem to be syncing from a top directory I have chosen to call CloudMe.
When travelling, in most cases I bring a MacBook. the Mac OS CloudMe app defaults a sync directory under /Documents/ and when I try to set up a sync directly under my home directory (jst above the Dropbox folder) the application says "can't have dual sync folders" or something like that. I cannot delete the /Documents/CloudMe folder.
I dislike to have the files under /Documents/ because the files are in many cases not documents but othern other types of files.
Am I forced to have the main sync folder under Documents or would I be better off to call the main sync directory something else than "CloudMe"?
Would I have similar limitations should I choose to have a MS Windows sync?
Or did I misunderstand this completely?
Last edited by oetloe (2013-07-16 07:04:16)