Posts tagged with Dropbox
Here’s an idea that I came across yesterday. What made it more interesting was that I very confidently expected it wouldn’t work!
If you use Dropbox, you may know about its Public folder. You put files in it and can right them and choose “Copy public link” from the context . . .
One promising approach is to use Mac aliases or Windows symbolic links (a bit like shortcuts). So for example, you would keep the catalogue itself in a Dropbox folder, but use aliases or symbolic links to store the catalogue’s previews separately in a folder that doesn’t get synchronised. When you move to the other computer, your catalogue will be available . . .