I planned to cancel my dropbox subscription and made a copy of everything in dropbox and place it in iCloud. It totals less than 30gb. But, media files like mp3, m4a, etc are problematic. Trying to open any media file in either iCloud or the local dropbox folders is most likely to result in an error message or just unable to open it. Its really hit or miss as some files will open, others will not. However, everything opens and plays perfectly well using the IOS dropbox app. I've come to believe that it is not dropbox' fault, but that something is really screwed up on my side. I've never done a clean upgrade or install of the various OSX updates and I thing that maybe my file associations are a bit messed up. That's all I can figure. So, I either go back to Dropbox with tail between my legs and pay the renewal subscription, or I pull my hair out trying to fix this media file mess. Any thoughts, feelings, admonitions, suggestions, quick fixes, etc?
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