• Brendan GramerBrendan Gramer, over 8 years ago

    Looks really interesting. I'd be willing to try a demo trial. Hopefully this is not locked into the cloud and that it functions like an app on my desktop.

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    • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, over 8 years ago

      considering it's made by someone at dropbox, i wouldn't be surprised if its dropbox integration =]

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      • Brendan GramerBrendan Gramer, over 8 years ago

        Then its a non-starter for me. Where I work, we work locally on our drives because InfoSec policies prevents us from working/storing our workfiles in the external cloud.

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        • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, over 8 years ago

          yea, as nice as DB integration is, i don't think it should be a requirement.

          dont quote me on it, that statement was pure speculation based on where he works.

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        • Josh PuckettJosh Puckett, over 8 years ago

          Hey Brendan,

          Right now it only has Dropbox integration, but I'm open to more generalized ways of getting files/images in to Tweak in the future. Dropbox definitely strikes the easiest implementation/most users and upside balance right now.

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          • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, over 8 years ago

            Dropbox is pretty nice and easy for syncing, but for people that have conflicting privacy policies at their company, an alternative would really help broaden your user base.

            Maybe something like ability to load the files from a private server instead of a dropbox account?

            2 points