Dropbox symlink not updating
For organization sake, I usually create a subfolder inside my Dropbox folder and title it "Minecraft".Once these files are done copying, navigate back up to your App Data folder, and rename the .minecraft folder to .minecraft2 (for files that begin with a "." such as ".minecraft" Windows may give an error message when renaming and refuse to rename.BE WARNED that you can only play on one computer at a time, and you must allow Dropbox to completely finish syncing before starting to play on a different computer.If you do not, you risk losing your progress or possibly corrupting your save. Dropbox automatically syncs content to their servers and allows you to access it both online and through a client on your PC.NOTE: Mountain Lion hides the user's Library folder.Hold down the option key and see the Library item appear in the GO menu.If the folder doesn't open, click on the Tools menu on Windows Explorer, click the View tab, and under Advanced Settings, make sure "Show hidden files, folders and drives" is selected.Copy all the files in this folder to your Dropbox folder.
Otherwise, you will receive the response "", and creation of the symbolic link will fail.
Once installed, move your Minecraft folder (located in ~/Library/Application Support/) to a folder in your Dropbox.