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    Synchronizing Adobe Lightroom on two computers
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    Synchronizing Adobe Lightroom on two computers
    Hi,

    I am looking for a way of synchronizing my Adobe Lightroom on two different computers a desktop and laptop. I use Apple Mac computers. Is there a way of doing this? Can you do it in Lightroom itself, or would File Synchronizing software such as Super Flexible Synchronizer do anything to help?
    Many thanks,

    Nigel

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    Synchronizing Adobe Lightroom on two computers
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    Can you store your lightbox database anywhere you like? If you can, then use Dropbox...

    I have some tips on how you can use Dropbox with other applications, see if you can apply the same principle to Lightroom!
    Dropbox tip: Store documents there!

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