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Old 12-23-2012, 05:25 PM   #8
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Kyteflyer, the only reason I have my Calibre folders synchronized via SugarSync instead of Dropbox, is that I keep running out of space on Dropbox. It doesn't really matter, because I'm sure any of Dropbox, SugarSync, Box.net, etc. would handle the task equally well.

Kris, I think Kyteflyer was saying it's not really necessary to have direct SugarSync support within Marvin. It's just like you said about GD: a "nice to have" feature, but not really necessary.

The Dropbox integration in Marvin is a good feature, especially because it allows the download of multiple books at once (also based on file-name filtering), but I still prefer accessing Calibre folders directly via the SugarSync app. That's because Calibre gives every author a separate folder, but Calibre folders won't be visible in Marvin, anyway, if you put them inside Dropbox.

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