Remove sync icon mac menu bar
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Thanks for your help and time in the Community! New Contributor. I tried to sign into Box Pulse and it says " Disabled by Administrator. This application cannot be used because it is not allowed by your Box administrator. Community Manager. New solutions. Desktop and Mobile Forum. It keeps trying to sync again.
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Ask Question. This menu bar icon is useless and takes up space. Brant Bobby. Brant Bobby Brant Bobby 2, 6 6 gold badges 29 29 silver badges 50 50 bronze badges. To get it back, open Terminal.
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Viggiano Dec 6 '12 at You can open a locally available file anytime, even without Internet access. If you need more space, you can change the file back to online only.
Just right-click the file and select Free up space. Only files that you mark as Always keep on this device have the green circle with the white check mark. If you've been using a previous file system, it will be automatically updated when you upgrade to Mac OS Mojave.
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Files On-Demand settings are unique to each device, so make sure you turn it on for each device where you want to use it. Once Files On-Demand is turned on, you'll see the following new options when selecting files or folders in Finder. Press and hold the Control and Option keys. You can also relaunch Finder from the Force Quit dialog box:.
No Sync icons in the file browser/no Sync-related items in the context menu on Mac/Windows – Sync
New files or folders created online or on another device appear as online-only to save maximum space. However, if you mark a folder as "Always keep on this device," new files in that folder download to your device as always available files. If a folder is online-only, you can still mark individual files within that folder as always available.
Finder can search for online-only files by name, but it cannot search the contents within online-only files because they aren't stored on the device. Sometimes you might want to make sure a folder doesn't show up on a device for privacy reasons.