Diagramly is trying to GET dropins.js from Dropbox, how can I stop it

The Diagramly plugin seems to be attempting to GET a Dropbox Javascript file from Dropbox, dropins.js. Our locally installed Confluence instance is behind a firewall which blocks access to Dropbox. Is there a way to disable this call as Dropbox isn't something we would use?

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The JS doesn't do anything, it's not called. It just wasn't stripped from the build process that generates the Confluence plugin from the online version.

We did remove it in a release this year, I forget the exact version, if you upgrade the plugin to the latest version, it's no longer in.

Which version of the plugin are you using?

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