Extensions not loading in OS X Sierra

I synced and unsynced my Itunes Library and now has red tag and on the cloud. How do I sync it back including sub-folders. There isnt an option on right click. I saw it before but cant find it.

Is it because of Sierra?

I also noticed that when a file is synced, it doesn’t have the blue check logo next to it.

OS X Sierra has some issues that prevent the extensions from loading properly. There is a thread about it here:

If you need to sync down, in the meantime, you can try using the odrive cli to perform a recursive sync. Let me know if you would like more information about that.

Yes, i’d like more information on the script. Thanks!

Take a look at this thread here. It is about Agent, but the CLI is the same for the desktop as it is for Agent, so the same commands can be used:

An example of a simple recursive download command would be something like this:

exec 6>&1;output="go"; while [ "$output" ]; do output=$(find "$HOME/path to Itunes Library here" -name "*.cloud*" -exec python "$(ls -d "$HOME/.odrive/bin/"* | tail -1)/odrive.py" sync "{}" \;|tee /dev/fd/6); done

Sierra release available here:

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Is this still that latest news? I installed this version but then Odrive immediately said there’s a newer version available. Please advise.

Sorry, the posted linked above had a stale preview (corrected now), so it was showing the original post instead of the updated post that points to our official release. The upgrade prompt is expected as the original version linked was an interim release prior to the official release.

If I understood your reply correctly, I should use the latest release version, correct?

That is correct. You should download our latest version.