Installing Dropbox in XFCE (Linux Mint)

If you are following this blog for the past few weeks, you will wonder what the heck am I doing in XFCE Linux Mint? Well, I think I might have to make a post for my sudden change of distro but long story short, I wanted Debian Testing (Debian is very stable) but for some reason it comes with Gnome and I tried installing XFCE on it but I failed terribly (Im a friggin' newb? :v). Maybe in the coming weeks I will install XFCE on Debian or stay here at XFCE Linux Mint or move to Arch Linux altogether (I want an "Install once, update forever" system). But for now, I think I'll stick with XFCE Linux Mint first. Enough with that whinning, here is the step by step guide in getting your Dropbox running on your XFCE Desktop Environment:

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