I have done all steps as described in this article: How To Run Multiple Dropbox Accounts Simultaneously [Mac]
How To Run Multiple Dropbox Accounts Simultaneously [Mac]
But nothing happened when I double clicked the application. Anyone knows what to do?
Okay, well, if you have Dropbox installed in a directory/folder other than it's standard installation, you'll have to modify the Dropbox Encore installation script to reflect that.
For me, I have a folder in my Applications folder called "Internet" to house all the internet-only apps. To fix this:
1. Right-click (or ctrl-click) on Dropbox Encore and select Show Package Contents
2. Navigate down through Contents -> Resources
3. You'll see a file called "script", and open it with TextEdit by right-clicking, open with, TextEdit
4. You'll see the script is 2 lines: What you want to do is modify /Applications/Dropbox.app/blahblahblah to reflect the ACTUAL location of the Dropbox app inside your applications folder. My line looks like this: HOME=$HOME/.dropbox-two /Applications/Internet/Dropbox.app/Contents/MacOS/Dropbox
5. Note mine will look different from yours, because I also edited the beginning as well to reflect my modified home directory. This configuration will likely work for you, too, if you change HOME to equal $HOME/.dropbox-two
6. Save, relaunch.
7. Possible success?
Enjoy. Verified on my installation of OS X 10.7.
Hi, could you be more specific about your system? I'm using Dropbox 1.1.35 on Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and everything still works fine.