My suspicion that it's because all MacOS, Android, and iOS are Linux based.
Just speculating, but that particular folder must have either some
character in its name not permitted in Windows, or properties that are
not allowed in Windows.
On 3/6/2018 8:11 AM, Martin (Punky) Sopart wrote:
> Yes, but why?
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>> What is fascinating about this is those folders not showing up on Windows
>> but they do also show up on Android.
>> On 6 March 2018 12:47:38 GMT+00:00, Chi Kim <chigook...@hotmail.com>
>> Iphone is the correct one.
>> Accessmtech.com has all the tutorials from Dropbox under the Pro
>> Except one for iLok license manager which is under other category.
>> On 3/6/2018 5:17 AM, Martin (Punky) Sopart wrote:
>> Hello all!
>> When browsing the PT Access Dropbox folder with the
>> iPhone app, the first
>> sub folder ist the one named "Demos, Tutorials etc".
>> Doing the same under Windows, the "Demos..." sub folder is
>> not there.
>> Which version is the correct one?
>> Thanks in advance and best! / Martin
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