Hello, the 1.2-1.5x increase in file name size is proving to be a problem for me, even when I re-name my actual files to be shorter, so that the encrypted names are shorter.
I just have a long directory tree, which I very much would like to keep intact, but which my cloud storage site (Box) doesn't like.
Is there any possible way to limit to encrypted file name length without simply having the name be unencrypted? Could you have a (encrypted) file like ".filenames" or something which has a list of the file names, and then the "encrypted" file/folder names are just "1", "2", "3", etc. That would be a way to shorten the files names without giving any information about them away.
Obviously I understand that that's a pretty drastic addition/change--it was simply an idea that came to mind. But any way you can think of to shorten encrypted file names, without having to re-name the unencrypted files, and without merely not encrypting file names at all, would be very very much appreciated. I really am used to the long directory tree I have and don't want to have to re-name and re-arrange everything so that it can be uploaded.