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I tried the original again on my Mac Mini, and this time I get a different result: it opened the Dropbox menu from the menu bar, and then showed the "Gear Icon" menu -- but did not pause syncing.
I tried changing it to "set popOver to window 1's pop over 2" and got this result:
System Events got an error: Can’t get pop over 2 of window 1 of process "Dropbox". Invalid index.
However when I tried the original AppleScript on my MacBook -- it worked.
So, what's the difference between the two computers?
The Mac Mini is running High Sierra and Dropbox version 68.3.95.
The MacBook is running Mojave and Dropbox version 67.4.83.
I tried it on my old iMac running El Cap and Dropbox 67.4.83 -- and it worked.
That led me to believe that the difference was not the version of Mac OS, but the version of Dropbox.
Now, I have no idea why my Mac Mini is running a different version of Dropbox, but I happened to have the Dropbox-67.4.83.dmg file, so I reinstalled that version on my Mac Mini.
And then the AppleScript worked!
So the good news is that YES this works…
The bad news is that it does not seem like it will work for very long, assuming that 68.3.95 and following will break it ☹️
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Unfortunately this doesn't seem to work for me. It opens https://www.dropbox.com/h but does not seem to pause syncing.
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I downloaded https://github.com/glushchenko/fsnotes/releases/download/2.9.4/FSNotes_2.9.4.zip linked from https://github.com/glushchenko/fsnotes/releases but it actually shows this version information when installed:
/Applications/FSNotes.app: CFBundleShortVersionString: 2.9.3 CFBundleVersion: 238
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Followup: Possibly related? When I opened my Mac today, it told me that it couldn't sign me in to iMessage "because of a problem". I then remembered that I had seen the same issue yesterday (before the iCloud Control crashes) but had largely ignored it because iMessage was working fine.
Then I remembered that later yesterday I noticed that changes in my Contacts.app were not syncing from my Mac to other devices.
So when I saw the notice today, I clicked on the "Learn More" button (I think that's what it was) and it asked me to re-enter my iCloud password. I did so, and my Contacts.app seemed to sync.
I'm now wondering if iCloud Control was being affected by whatever login issue that iCloud on my Mac was having yesterday.
Maybe that will help identify the cause of the crashes?
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I've had about 14 crashes today with CFBundleShortVersionString 1.2
I put them in a zip and uploaded them here:
(For some reason GitHub won't let me attach the zip directly to this report.)
I've verified that the app permissions are granted/enabled in System Preferences.
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