Archive for April, 2011

Dropboxifier Featured!

April 15, 2011 2 comments

Dropboxifier has been features in a few places!

I would like to thank these sites for featuring Dropboxifier! 😀

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Dropboxifier v0.1.5 – Update Released

April 13, 2011 Leave a comment

A new version of Dropboxifier, v0.1.5, has been released.

Release notes:

– Fix bug that prevented you from making links across volumes.
– Fix bugs related to empty folders and undropboxifying not properly deleting from Dropbox if deletion box was checked.

As usual, grab it here:

Categories: Dropboxifier, Programming

Dropboxifier v0.1.4 Update Released

April 11, 2011 Leave a comment

A new update for Dropboxifier has been released, v0.1.4.

Release notes:

– Don’t try to save if there is no Dropbox folder specified.
– Made the grid easier on the eyes
– One line for each PC entry in the grid

Download from Codeplex

Categories: Dropboxifier, Programming

Dropboxifier v0.1.3 – Updated Released

April 11, 2011 Leave a comment

A new version of Dropboxifier, v0.1.3, has been released:

  • Fixed some logic related to creating the links file when changing Dropbox directory.
  • Added additional column showing what PCs an entry has been resolved on.
  • Saves links file on application exit, just in case.
  • Properly handling the case for closing the resolve dialog with the Close button (top-right X) opposed to the Cancel button.
  • Added exception handling for resolve errors.

As usual, grab it from Codeplex:

I would like to thank everyone who’s tried Dropboxifier so far. Please report any problem you find either here, or on Codeplex.

Categories: Dropboxifier, Programming

Dropboxifier – Some Documentation

April 9, 2011 2 comments

I wrote some simple documentation for Dropboxifier on Codeplex:

Check it out!

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Dropboxifier – A Convenient Way to Trick Applications

April 9, 2011 1 comment

I just finished an application that I called Dropboxifier. I made it to help me share saved games across multiple computers. Essentially, it takes any folder on your hard drive and moves it to Dropbox and creates a symbolic link in its place. To most applications, a symbolic link is seen as a folder, so the application is tricked into working directly in Dropbox.

Dropboxifier is different from other symbolic link utilities in that it centralizes and tracks linked folders, and makes it easier to link the folders across multiple PCs by offering a simple green or red indicator as to whether or not a given link has been setup on the current computer.

Dropboxifier is Free Sofware and available on Codeplex:

Don’t have Dropbox? Don’t know what I’m talking about? Get Dropbox here.


Categories: Dropboxifier, Programming