Google Drive Linux App `Insync` Beta 4 Adds GNOME Shell, Cinnamon And KDE Support

Insync is a Google Drive client that runs on Mac, Windows and Linux. Insync beta 4 for Linux has been released yesterday, bringing support for GNOME Shell, Cinnamon and KDE.Insync GNOME Shell extensionInsync for GNOME Shell and Cinnamon comes with a native extension which has the same functionality as the Ubuntu appindicator, as you can see in the screenshot above.Insync under KDEThe new version also brings partial KDE support: there’s context menu support for Dolphin and two optional Plasmoids that integrate Insinc and thus Google Drive into the desktop, however, the Ubuntu AppIndicator is still used in KDE at this time.Other changes in Insync for Linux beta 4:built with latest bbfreeze and FPMfswatch.py now handles odd errors that inotify could produce, and other runtime errors.more unicode bugs also fixedimproved use of multi-threadingvarious bug fixes (e.g. library.zip not a zip file error)you can now sync hidden files (that start with a “.” dot) by starting Insync with “–allow-dot-files”inotify has been moved into a thread so Insync beta 4 should be faster than the previous betaNote: To avoid conflicts, if you’ve had Insync installed, firstly remove it (“sudo apt-get remove insync*”) and then install the package for your desktop environment: Ubuntu (using

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