There are various configuration parameters that can be changed to alter the default behavior of Cryptomator.
Warning: These are advanced options that should only be changed by experienced users.
Command Line Options
-Duser.language=en- sets the program language (use ISO language codes)
-Duser.region=TW- sets the region (to support multiple dialects per language)
-Dlogback.configurationFile=logback.xml- sets the log configuration file
-Dcryptomator.settingsPath=~/.Cryptomator/settings.json- sets where to store program settings
-Dcryptomator.ipcPortPath=~/.Cryptomator/ipcPort.bin- sets where to store the file used for inter-process communication (used when attempting to start multiple Cryptomator instances)
The aforementioned command line options are stored inside
C:\Program Files\Cryptomator\app\Cryptomator.cfg under
To change the options under macOS, right-click on Cryptomator and choose
Show Package Contents. Then find the
JVMOptions section inside of
Comment by @tobihagemann: We recently discovered that this will change the application’s signature. That’s why accessing saved passwords from the system keychain won’t work anymore. We might have to reconsider this.