I’m using Hook 3.2.1. Prior to 3.2, I was using an iCloud Drive folder for sync, and everthing was fine. With 3.2, as I understand it, you can instead use “direct” iCloud sync which doesn’t involve a folder. So, I switched to that on both my machines and left myself a note to delete the old iCloud Drive folder after a month.
A month later, I removed the iCloud Drive “Hook Sync” folder after checking that none of the files in there had recent dates. Everything still seems to work.
However… Hook still seems to re-create that directory, even though it now knows I am not using it. Is this behaviour intended? I’d kind of like to not have that folder any more, now that it isn’t doing anything.