Well, what the title says : is there any way to integrate Dropbox in the messaging menu like ubuntu one ?
Edit: Below is an image showing where Ubuntu One is on the messaging menu That is where I ask if I can put dropbox, NOT on the panel itself.
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It is not possible (as far as I know) to move DP from its standard place in the traybar to the message menu. You can only add a shortcut in Message Indicator menu:
Open a terminal and type:
sudo gedit /usr/share/indicators/messages/applications/dropbox
In the editor, type following text and save:
Dropbox 1.0 has support for the App Indicators
If you'd previously installed Dropbox, it's likely that the Dropbox daemon hasn't updated, which is part of why you don't see the indicator. To force the update, do this in a terminal window within GNOME:
dropbox stop rm -r ~/.dropbox.dist dropbox start -i
You should then get a pop-up window prompting you about updating Dropbox.