4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2012 11:32 PM by al.raine

    Problem with saving pictures

    al.raine

      Hello,

       

      My System:

      Asus Transformer Prime TF201 with Android 4.0.3

      Photoshop Touch

       

      My Problem:

      When I save a Project in galery, I can't find it anywhere. I just can send it by Email or upload to Facebook. Thats stupid!

        • 1. Re: Problem with saving pictures
          ibarrien Adobe Employee

          Hi,

           

          this is how Android and newer operative systems like e.g. iOS works. It's part of their security model.

          When one saves projects (in this case psdx) to the application structure only the application within the structure can access the files.

           

          If you really want to save the picture (and you are not trying to view the psdx wich is a document/project) you need to publish it as a JPG or PNG by using the "Save To Gallery" item in the Publish menu in the PS Touch gallery.

           

          Thanks,

          Ignacio

          • 2. Re: Problem with saving pictures
            al.raine Level 1

            i published it as a JPG or PNG by using the "Save To Gallery" item. But ther is no jpg, witch i cand find! 

             

            Gruß

            Hermann P.

             

            gesendet über Commodore 64

            • 3. Re: Problem with saving pictures
              ibarrien Adobe Employee

              OK, do you look in the Gallery app?

              If you use the Gallery app and its working the way it's supposed to you should be able to see a folder called "Adobe® Photoshop® Touch" in the Albums view.

               

              Thanks,

              Ignacio

              • 4. Re: Problem with saving pictures
                al.raine Level 1

                I used the Gallery app, another Gallery app called qikpic. i also used the explorer to find it and another explorer with search-function to search for the jpg.

                There is absolutly nothing to find! :/

                 

                Gruß

                Hermann P.

                 

                gesendet über Commodore 64