Nsprogressindicator not updating

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If you've verified that both your device and your Dropbox account have enough available space, move on to step 10.

Fix: Add the Dropbox cache folder to an ignore list on your security/antivirus software. Once synced, you should no longer see these warnings or quarantine messages.

I definitely didn’t want to subclass NSProgress Indicator and override any drawing methods.

That would have a) taken an unjustified amount of time and b) been a huge pain in the neck for sure.

Fix: If you think you may be missing a shared folder, you can check the list of folders that can be re-added to your Dropbox.

If you've verified that you're a member of all shared folders, move on to step 4.

Fix: If you do not see the tray icon, you do not have Dropbox installed on your computer.

You should reinstall the Dropbox desktop application.

Not finding a solution on the internet, I decided to write my own, as I figured it wouldn’t take a lot of time (it didn’t).

In the interface, click the "update" button to start the download.

The console will show progress updates, as chunks are received.

Fix: If the Desktop icon is grey, then you are not currently connected to the internet.

If you've verified that Dropbox is installed on all of your devices, and that you're online, move on to step 2.

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