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It is an old question. But since the behaviour of dropbox gets increasingly annoying as it now even replaces the folder icon of the base Dropbox folder, I tried to resolve this. The following works for me on macOS Catalina 10.15.4. Unfortunately, one has to do this after every update of Dropbox. It only partially solves the original question, as I can only ...


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The first thing I would try is to log-out and log-in again. In most cases, this will fix your problem. If not, you have to create a new user account and transfer the data which is left to this new user account. I don't recommend copying the whole Library to the new user account because it could be that your Library is damaged too. I would just copy ...


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I too was searching for a way to customize the right-click menu in Finder. By default you can add Services and Open With... menu items, but those are stuck under a submenu and contain way too many items. So, I created a Mac application that can customize the main context menu itself. Service Station: Mac App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/service-...


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This is possible via symbolic link. Move your existing data in ~/Downloads to the location you want, let's say /ExternalDrive/Downloads Open Terminal and run: This will remove the Dowloads folder and you'll need to type in your password to do that (you won't see *** when entering, just hit enter after you finish). sudo rm -rf ~/Downloads Create a ...


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If a folder/directory of the same base name of the file name does not exist at the same level as the file then it can be done, otherwise you cannot remove .html from the file name at the same level. To remove the extension and the . you need to use: Find: .html in fullname If the fully qualified pathname contains .html in other then the actual file name, ...


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Yes you are right. You can share folders or individual notes in the Notes App. But you cannot share subfolders individually. After some testing I found the same issue as you: When you give person Y access to a subfolder, the whole parent folder with all notes and subfolders will be shared. When you try to remove access for Y from a subfolder, the access to ...


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It’s thinking it has an extension because you’re giving it an extension. Anytime you end something with a .whatever you're giving it an extension. This is a convention across all operating systems and not limited to macOS. Instead of using dots as a separator for dates, use a dash or an underscore. You don’t need to do this for all folders all at once, ...


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