Dropbox has changed the authentication interface - this Plugin is not available right now.
If you would like to use it, please drop us a line
use this plugin to store images in a Dropbox Folder.
When activating this plugin, you need to log in to your Dropbox account and authorize the plugin
In case you don't have a Dropbox account yet, you can Open a free Dropbox account
On every 10th upload, the max image count will be checked and old images will be removed.
The plugin won't upload any images while the configuration form is active.
Configure this plugin in Configuration/Plugins
- Select Dropbox Plugin
When the Dropbox account is not defined yet, you'll neet to authorize the plugin.
No login will be stored on your computer, instead a token created by Dropbox will be used.
Make sure you create a subfolder and store files in there.
- Select Folder
- Select interval type (every X minutes or at xx:xx each day)
- Enter update interval / time for upload
- Enter maximum images for this Folder (use 0 if you want no limit)
- Configure image source URL
- hit verify to make sure the URL works
- Save the configuration
Note: This plugin will request access to the /App/AbelDrop folder in Dropbox. It will not have access to all other data in your Dropbox.
You can erase this access right any time in your Dropbox Settings
Download DropboxPlugin.dll (updated 2012-08-15)