Here is an example of further corruption of the dropbox functions resulting from the developers work-around for iCloud support. I wanted to use the Notebook TEMPLATE file to start a new notebook. My first step was to remove the Read Only attribute. Once I did that it turned gray and I could not open it and the slide-out functions were able to be displayed but do not function.
A few moments later a new read-only copy appeared in the file list. See below.
Wondering. what the heck dust happened, I opened the Notes Plus auto-backups folder. What I found was a list of what I figure to be the iCloud NPN files and now an older resource format folder. See below.
This happened after I spent countless hours culling dupe from the botched update and I thought I had a stable condition. It looks to me like the Dropbox has only half-implemented the NPN format and perhaps the proceeding ‘_’ character (write protect?) is confusing the sync operation causing a re-sync of the file but now in the older resource format. ’
I am trying to be patient with the der and support teams but find their choice of beaommiwq sparse and mate on this forum a sort of denial attitude. I also want to add my name to the list of people calling for a roll-back to a pre iCloud release and put this back into beta. It would appear that their insistence on pursuing this avenue is shattering customer confidence and causing people to begrudgingly migrate away from Notes Plus in favor of inferior but more reliable environments.
I for one still choose to try and see this through to the end I think much c. old be done to save Notes Pbs’ reputation by the devs releasing a roll-back, iCloud free version and an apology / promis to resolve this issue in further beta testing. I also believe their absence on this forum and refusal to respond to direct email is an indication of their dedication to solving this, but perhaps ill-advised from a user relations perspective.