#22 Dropbox support


Dropbox support


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    Anonymous - 2012-06-13

    I don't understand this request. Don't you just put your .kdbx file in a DropBox folder? Then that folder gets synchronized across all your computers that uses DropBox, so you can just open that .kdbx file from any computer. What other support are you wanting? (Not that I can do anything about it, I just am curious, because I'm already using DropBox the way I describe.)

  • Anonymous - 2012-06-14

    Yes its true, you can save it to the Dropbox Folder but i think saving directly via Dropbox API is better. Please think about the following case:

    You start your Computer, Dropbox starts, KeePass starts and loads the last saved Database. Dropbox begins now to sync the last changed files. If you have changed the Database on a other Computer the KeePass DB has changed and Dropbox needs to sync the file. But before that KeePass loads the Database (the old version). Now i have the old Version loaded in Keepass and Dropbox syncs a new one. So you work with the old DB and if you save the DB in KeePass, the Changes from the other Computer gets lost. If you can directly save and load from/to Dropbox, KeePass has everytime the correct Version of the DB.

  • Khouri Giordano

    Khouri Giordano - 2013-04-09

    At work, I'm not allowed to install the DropBox folder watcher, but I can upload and download via the dropbox.com web site. THIS is the method for which I would like to see support. I can use the full DropBox install on my personal machines and all of them can sync the same password database.

  • Mitch Capper

    Mitch Capper - 2013-04-15
    • status: open --> wont-fix
    • Group: --> Next_Release_(example)
  • Mitch Capper

    Mitch Capper - 2013-04-15

    See my forum post on native dropbox support but its unlikely due to their SDK requirements.



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