Dropbox files are on your harddrive or should be if you've synched those
folders to your computer.
I work almost exclusively in a dropbox folder and have had no issues
Can you give us more specific info on this?
Thank you for your fast answer.
I am saving a JPG-File into the Dropbox (I also work exclusively on the Dropbox - using it as a server).
When I am looking into the folder in "Finder", the file is there. But when I open an InDesign-Doc and try to place the
saved JPG-file from the "place-dialogue", InDesign simply does not shows the JPG file, it's not there.
The only way it works is, that I can drag and drop this file from desktop or finder directly into the InDesign-Doc.
When I save the file on the hard disk and not on dropbox, I can place it without any problems.
Thank you very much.
You're putting these JPGs into a Dropbox folder on your local hard drive?
Can you open them from other apps such as Photoshop?
When you got File>Place is the drop down list set to "Importable Files" or "All Files"
or is it set to something else, like PDF only.
Yes Dropbox folder on my local hard drive.
I can open them from Photoshop.
I don't have this option. Is this on windows maybe? I am on a mac.
That's a Windows only thing, Eugene.
This is very strange. About the only thing I can think to do is trash
your preferences and see if that shakes things up a bit.
Preferences? Which one and where?
Thank you. Will give it a try but not now :-)