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Old 02-24-2011, 03:07 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by otichy View Post
But I don't mean shareable as in the "Sharing" feature of Dropbox, but rather the "shareable links" that you can create for any file/folder by selecting "Get shareable link". This link is then accessible by anybody (see the description of the feature here: http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?...41&replies=270)
I tried to download public link via FreeDownload at it worked. It was link to a file in Public folder, DropBox doesn't allow me to generate public links for private files in the web interface. It's the same in KDE and CLI.
Maybe Windows or Gnome client supports generating such links.
Do you have an example of such 'shareable link' ?

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