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Petr Bela
Petr Bela@petrbela · CTO @ Flex TV
Love that you can run one command in Terminal and have a "product".
Nick Noble
Nick Noble@nickisnoble · Designer @ NNW
@petrbela Does it solve a problem, however small? ✅ Can you distribute / reproduce it? ✅ Even though it's easy, I'd say it counts.
Todd Dosenberry
Todd Dosenberry@travelingtoad · CEO, PaleoEpic
@petrbela @nickisnoble Definitely counts. I just googled "dropbox paper app" and the 4th listing was to this page. While I've used terminal 4 times in my life it was when my progamming business partner told me to. So this may be perfect. :)
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Oooh, nice. cc @ianmendiola from the Dropbox team
Thanks @rrhoover for hunting!
Francesco D'Alessio
Francesco D'Alessio@francescod_ales · Productivity App Reviewer
@rrhoover @ianmendiola Looks neat! Thanks for sharing Ryan!
Pierre Laurac
Pierre Laurac@pierre_laurac
My friend @williambout has been working on a version of this too:
Jay@topdownjimmy · Web Developer & Designer
I've just been using [Fluid]( for this.
Philip Ryan Johnson
Philip Ryan Johnson@prjohnson · @PRjohnson |
@topdownjimmy Same here. Fluid is my go-to for keeping web apps separate from the main browser. Definitely a must. Great for Feedly, Trello, SiriusXM, Dropbox photos, Mixcloud, and others. Fluid's ability to pin apps to the menubar (removes Dock icon) is invaluable for any streaming web app.
Jason Glaspey
Jason Glaspey@jasonglaspey · Founder - Factory
@topdownjimmy Yup, I have a Fluid app for Dropbox Paper already open right now. Such a good way to isolate an app away from the noise of the browser.
Juwan Wheatley
Juwan Wheatley@deleted-431298
I've wanted something like this forever! (since Paper dropped of course)