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OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 22.11.2015, 19:36
by mdoklein
Greetings All,
Can OneDrive or Google Drive be listed in the file tree along with the system & USB drives?

Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 23.11.2015, 19:46
by m-a-r-k
I've asked for this in the past. Had no reply from Marek.
It would be a great idea.

Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 23.11.2015, 21:36
by Marek
I can see Google Drive in my tree 'C:\Users\xxxxx\Google Drive'.
You can use SUBST command for defining the path as drive.

Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 24.11.2015, 18:58
by m-a-r-k
I'd like direct access to my Google Drive Server itself, not a useless folder on my PC.
My Google Drive has many folders in it and stuff from various sources not just from my PC. I'd like access to them.
This is possible using file explorers on my Android phones and tablets, it shouldn't be too difficult as far as I can see.
Perhaps it's an API issue...

Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 23.12.2015, 06:11
by mdoklein
Map Network Drive - then it will show in FC XE as a drive. Important is the correct folder name (see .jpg).
I have done so with my Yandex Cloud Drive - BUT I'm still not sure, about how to sync this drive ?

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Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 15.04.2016, 08:04
by Cannon
mdoklein wrote:Greetings All,
Can this fantastic Male Extra review be listed in the file tree along with the system & USB drives?
I'd really like Google Drive to be listed as I keep most of my files on there so this would be cool if possible.

Re: OneDrive - Google Drive - Cloud Drive

Posted: 18.04.2016, 21:45
by TheMadTurk
m-a-r-k wrote:I'd like direct access to my Google Drive Server itself, not a useless folder on my PC.
My Google Drive has many folders in it and stuff from various sources not just from my PC. I'd like access to them.
This is possible using file explorers on my Android phones and tablets, it shouldn't be too difficult as far as I can see.
Perhaps it's an API issue...
Not sure that Google Drive sync can do it, but Syncdocs, a nice 3rd party Google sync client, automatically creates a network drive connection to Google Drive (G:\ by default).