[BCAB] Establishing how much space have left on dropbox?
sparkeymarky1979 at gmail.com
Sat May 25 06:33:36 BST 2013
You would have to press the application key to get to menu?
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On 24 May 2013, at 10:00, "Richard Bartholomew" <richard_bartholomew at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> On your Windows setup, if you go to the system tray either using the NVDA
> custom keystroke (sorry don't know what that is) or using Windows key + B,
> you'll see Dropbox as one of the listed applications. With NVDA (as with
> other screenreaders), I imagine you can just hit the enter key to open up
> the menu you're used to seeing; unfortunately, though, this approach doesn't
> seem to work using the Windows key + B route to the system tray - you see
> Dropbox but, at the moment, I haven't been able to get into its menu!
> Richard Bartholomew
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> Subject: [BCAB] Establishing how much space have left on dropbox?
> Can anyone help me with how to find out how much space I have left in
> my dropbox? I have a Macbook which also has Windows 7 installed via
> Windows Fusion. I have Dropbox installed both on the Mac and the
> Windows virtual machine. On my old computer, which had an older
> version of dropbox, I could go to the dropbox icon in the system tray,
> right click it, and in the ensuing menu it would say how much spaceI
> was using.
> On my Macbook if I get to Dropbox via menu extras I can't find that
> info, and from menu extras I also went to the dropbox website and on
> first look couldn't find it there or figure out where it would be. On
> the version installed on Windows right clicking on the icon (I don't
> actually right click but press the context key) ' doesn't seem to do
> anything, and going to the Dropbox menu as part of the context menu in
> Windows Explorer just has the option of browse on Dropbox website. I
> didn't try going to the website on Windows. Can anyone help? I'm
> using NVDA on Windows btw.
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