Dropbox will turn off automatic camera uploads in the company's mobile applications for free users of the service starting July 22, 2016.
The change is one of many the company announced on the official blog today.
It's just a folder—a magical folder that syncs everything you put in it up to the cloud.
Before Dropbox, file sharing and sync was geeky and confusing, so it's no wonder that it quickly became the folder over the past few years, and haven't dug into or its mobile apps, you might be in for a surprise.
Starting July 22, 2016, camera uploads will be turned off for all free users of Dropbox.
My best guess is that this has something to do with the OS or filesystem not triggering the correct events for sublime to realize that there's new stuff in the folders.So the first thing I was looking for was to turn off this automatic camera upload thing.The good guys at Dropbox make it pretty easy to turn it off.I'm using Windows, so not sure if my solution is relevant to the exact question, but since I found this on Google, I figured it might just help somebody.My problem was specifically with the Side Bar Enhancements plugin.
In order to configure Dropbox, you must take your first screenshot. After you take your screenshot, a link to the screenshot is copied to your clipboard for sharing.