@matigo Well done, sir!
@matigo Seems to be related to thne iOS version of the app.
@matigo Received your email, thanks. Account set up. There's iOS, desktop & Android apps, of which only the Android one works properly. I can't log in with any of the iOS apps I tried, get this error message: Access Forbidden CSRF check failed.
The Mac app is only a portal to the online version, so I'll kill that off & just use a webapp.
I suspect my brother & his family may be affected by this warning: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-29/people-told-to-leave-east-gippsland-as-bushfire-risk-rises/11831304
The affected area is around 230 km from here, to the east-northeast. My brother's in-laws have a holiday home not far from the affected area.
@matigo If you'd be so kind, thanks.
// @jextxadore @hazardwarning
@whoisashygirl I believe that's overkill to do a clean install that frequently.
@matigo APFS-format Apple installations can handle several extra volumes without eating greatly into the available space by allocating/sharing that space more efficiently.
@hazardwarning My main access to Dropbox is via the internet. Only my no 2 phone, the Android Nokia 7.1 has a Dropbox app.
As I used to use a Windows mobile phone, I have retained the 15 GB available for the OneDrive Camera Roll and was able to retain the 15 GB bonus after the free tier of OD was reduced to 5GB.
Thru my ISP, I have a “free” 200 GB on top of that 30 GB and I pay $1.49 a month for 50 GB of iCloud space.