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System preference crashes when changing sync schedule
Things became weird, so I decided to remove all the SMEstorage tools and install from scratch using the latest versions. Currently I am running v1.53

I think main problem is because of the security setting of OSX Mountain Lion where it doesn't allow software (or system preferences) to be installed when the software developer is not known (see screenshot). I have upgraded to Mountain Lion while I had SMEstorage tools installed.

Message says:

SMEFilesystemRW.app can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer. 

Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers. 

I have changed my security settings to allow software from any source and now it is working. 

Any chance you add the Cloudtools to the App Store?, I don't like to set my settings less secure than needed. And I like to receive automatic updates via the App Store

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System preference crashes when changing sync schedule
Hello, when I change the sync schedule, the system preferences crashes.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Open preferences
2. Synchronization -> manage
3. Change a synchronization from Run manual -> Run often
4. Click Close
5. Notice crash (see log)

Any idea why this happens? I am running Mountain Lion OS X.

Kind regards,
Wimmo van Geldrop
Google Docs extension .gsheet not retained
Dear support,

I have connected my Google Docs cloud provider and also enabled sync with Mac Cloud Tools. I have noticed that native Google Docs, like spreadsheet documents, are not stored on my local drive with the google extension (.gsheet) but with .xls extension instead. This means that by double clicking the file in Finder, it opens Excel rather that Google Docs. After changing the content in Excel, it cannot be opened anymore in Google Docs.

I have also installed Google Drive and this application does save the files with the .gsheet extension and can be opened in Google Docs by double clicking it. 

Is this a known issue and is there a workaround?

Kind regards,
Wimmo van Geldrop
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