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Mariano Draghi
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Have you considered implementing Dropbox "App folder" support as an alternative to the current implementation? I mean, the sharing option that only grants permission for an app inside its own folder in Dropbox/Applications.

For people who like Orgzly as an organizer outside the Emacs/org-mode world (without lots of org files scattered in multiple folders/projects), I think a Dropbox App Folder is a better option than granting Orgzly access to all the Dropbox files and folders.

AFAIK, if you're already using the Dropbox SDK in Android, from the technical point of view, supporting both app permissions schemes (the current "Full Dropox" plus the "App folder") shouldn't be too difficult. So maybe adding the App folder as an option when setting up the remote could be easily implemented.

Maybe a silly question, but the deployment of the new versions through the beta channel are staged or something? I know from reddit that Laurence pushed v8.0.35 a couple of days ago, but I'm still on v8.0.34, and can't see the new version in Google Play (and yes, I'm subscribed to this community and I'm signed in as a tester of Reddit Sync Pro, that's how I got v8.0.34 in the first place). Any ideas? Thanks!

It would be nice to have an option to set a different view style from the default/global one for individual subreddits. I really like the cards view, which is a nice default (specially on tablets), but for some subreddits a denser layout, like the list one, works better.
I'd like to configure a default view style in the general preferences , and then if while browsing a particular subreddit I changed the view to something else, then Reddit Sync could remember my choice for that subreddit. 

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"Eso es Pearl Jam: (...) Algo que suena tan clasificable junto al montón como distinto al resto."

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"Little Outliner is a powerful and easy editor that automatically saves text locally, a new feature in HTML5". Uno de los tipos que labura en el proyecto es Dave Winer, a su vez, uno de los que inventó el RSS (vía Building Feedly)

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