I have made a few tracks and I know there is a general repository for the publicly shared ones in your DropBox area. I can download them easily but I see no facility for creating a new folder to place my tracks into. How do we place them for public sharing? Or use the Reddit area?
I'll attach a file that I made as an example.
What other folks have done is to post their tracks online, and then give Sisyphus Industries permission to mirror them in their read-only dropbox (for example, mine are at https://github.com/Dithermaster/sisyphus/tree/master/thr_paths). I don't know much about the "Reddit area" but maybe it could work as well. Someday the "Community" functionality will work as sharing will be easier for both the creators and the consumers.
@dithermaster is correct. You can either post them yourself somewhere, and give us permission to mirror them on our Dropbox, or you can just post them here and we will assume permission and do it (after checking to see if the thr file is valid and the content is something we are comfortable posting on our site). I have created a folder named "crsolomon" on our Dropbox, and the file is there now. If you would like to change the name of the folder to your real name for attribution (or whatever you like), please let me know. Also - though not required, if you have an image of the completed sand plot, posting that (or sending it with the thr file) will help others decide if they want to download the track.
ps- looks like a cool track on my visualizer - will run it today!
And then, once you are able to connect your web browser to your table, move on to here: https://sisyphus-industries.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004786271-How-do-I-get-more-tracks-paths-
We know that this is not the easiest or most straight forward process. But it's the best we have currently. We will be making a major push this year to improve the process, with the goal to make downloading new tracks as simple and intuitive as it is with music files. But that takes considerable developer time - which we are investing in.