We're reaching out to let you know about an issue in Apple's new OS X Yosemite that may affect your team's use of Dropbox on Mac computers. Your users can resolve this issue by installing the OS X Update 10.10.1 on all of the Macs in your company running Yosemite. (If your company is not running Yosemite, you can ignore this email).
Apple's new OS X Yosemite may occasionally cause some programs to crash when users open, save-as, or first save a file. These crashes are rare but happen when an application, such as Dropbox, uses Yosemite's official Finder integration — and if that program crashes because of this interaction, unsaved changes may be lost.
To fix this issue, Apple has released OS X Update 10.10.1. This update is available for free in the Mac App Store. Details on how to update your team's Macs are available on Apple's support site.
- The Dropbox Team
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Sunday, December 14, 2014
Dropbox Issue fixed in OS X Yosemite
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