On your second picture it is visible that you chose a folder within iCloud Drive as mount point. That means the unencrypted data will bi synced to iCloud Drive. You can also see the cloud symbol next to the folder.
Was not a criticism just a heads up notice. I tested your remarks and it worked for me. Thank you.
May I ask where you found the -oallow_root and -olocal flags. I would like to read the manual for the flags and what else is available.
Hey Yomama, I deeply appreciate your documentation, but unfortunately it has a very poor resolution. Could you share your instructions with a better resolution? (specifically the pictures of Cryptomator)
I managed to have it working even without the addons -olocal -oallow_root for me it was enough to just move the mount point away from /Volumes/
Also -olocal is not recommended by the developer and marked as use on own risk and possible data loss
This option marks the volume being mounted as "local". By default, macFUSE volumes are marked as
"nonlocal", which technically isn't necessarily the same as a "server" or "network" volume, but is treated
as such by the Finder in some cases. For example, the Finder may not show "connected servers" on the
Desktop or in the sidebar in some cases. If you use this option, you can get around this "limitation".
However, wait! Don't be too tempted and think local is a magic pill that will solve all your problems. In
fact, it may mess things up more than you realize. The operating system can be more aggressive in
dealing with "local" volumes (a .Trashes. directory will be created, for one). You could run into mysterious
problems with Disk Arbitration and other system components. I don't know (and possibly can't know--Mac
OS X isn't all open source!) the side effects of using this option. Therefore, treat this as experimental and
use with caution. Moreover, please do not file bug reports that involve this option--reproduce your issue
without this option and then file a bug report.