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jerblack

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  1. My eyes are pretty light-sensitive, so I enabled Dark Mode in Windows 10 and also the High Contrast theme in accessibility settings in Windows 10. This is great because almost every app that I use runs in a kind of dark mode for Windows and I'm not blinded by bright white backgrounds in apps any longer. Well this is true for most of the apps I use, but yours is an exception. With your app, you've chosen to allow the font color to change with theme changes, but not the background, so enabling the High Contrast theme puts a white font on your hardcoded white background. Here's what that look
  2. Totally agreed on this. Warning me that you don't like my password is one thing, but enforcing it as a requirement and placing restrictions on what I can and cannot choose is going too far. Keep your opinions out of my environment please. You're not my administrator here, and thinking it's your place to enforce policies on my system is not cool at all.
  3. It might be necessary to adjust the prefetching depending on whether you are importing or watching content. From what I understand of prefetching, it's saying that anytime more than 1MB (the prefetch trigger) is downloaded, it will continue to download another 100MB (the prefetch forward) from that same file with the assumption that will will need that part too. This is a good assumption when you are playing the whole file, and it certainly seemed to smooth out many of the playback issues I encountered when I first started using CloudDrive with Plex. However, if you are importing a ton of med
  4. What steps should I be performing to ensure my CloudDrive survives a build to build upgrade with no problems? I've been (1) clearing my local cache and then (2) detaching the disk before upgrading, and then I just reconnect to the disk after upgrading and rebooting. Is all that necessary, or are there additional steps I should be performing to be safe? To be clear, I am talking about upgrading periodically from here: http://dl.covecube.com/CloudDriveWindows/beta/download/. I've been upgrading every 3 or 4 builds recently. Thanks.
  5. I am currently sharing video content through Plex to multiple remote users by just having my Plex server index the content that is stored in my CloudDrive hosted on Google Drive. I have gigabit fiber with no caps though and unlimited space on my Google Drive, so It's easier for me to host Plex for remote access that way. I found that I need to jack up to prefetch settings quite a bit to get acceptable performance. (Trigger:1, Forward: 40, Window: 3600), but after making that change I have no problem streaming from my CloudDrive. I have the bandwidth to support that though. If you are bandw
  6. I tried that too. Getting RPC server unavailable from within Disk Management. I also get it the same error from diskpart.
  7. Also, what is the current recommended (stable) build to use that has Google Drive support.
  8. I have just begun my testing of CloudDrive and I'm already running into an issue with creating a new on my unlimited Google Drive account. I've tried on two machines so far, and while I was able to create a drive at first, I destroyed it and tried creating another and now anytime I try to create a drive the formatting never completes. I moved to another Windows 10 machine and installed the trial there and I can't create a drive even the first time there. Sometimes the formatting times out and I see an RPC server unavailable error in the CloudDrive GUI. Sometimes the drive just stays uninitiali
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