Ahhh. This is unfortunate.
I had an uncomfortable feeling when I learned that the new version of Cryptomator was integrated with the Files application on iOS. Before this new release, the entire Cryptomator infrastructure on the device was solely under its own control, yes? IOW, even when a file was decrypted, only Cryptomator could “see” the plaintext.
I see the many advantages of Files app integration. But relying on a plaintext file store outside of the Cryptomator app requires a lot of faith in the host OS that, until now, we did not need to have. I mean, if plaintext files were completely safe and secure on the device, it would eliminate much of the need for Cryptomator, right?
That said, thanks for the rapid response to this.