I've been trialling Cloud Mounter and I've got a couple questions:
1. How does the caching work? I seems when I try to access a file it is downloaded first, then accessed. This process can take some time if the file is larger, meaning it doesn't feel like I'm actually accessing anything directly from the cloud like I would with rclone or ExpanDrive. Moreover, when it has been downloaded and cached, there doesn't appear to be any way to control how much content it cached, or when it gets deleted. I found a very obscure folder in macOS where the cache folder is tucked away, but it would be a very poor implementation if I had to remember to periodically delete what's in there to prevent my HD filling up. What am I missing?
2. It's slow, at least on Google Drive. Much slower than just accessing the file directly through the browser. Ideally I would like to be able to stream video files, and for all intents and purposes, this is impossible via Cloud Mounter. However my connection is very fast, and I have no issues doing this through the browser. Again, what am I missing? Is there a setting I can tweak to improve this?
Thanks in advance,