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First, please don't SHOUT.
You have Reconnect All. The question is, why are your files becoming disconnected? This implies thay are being moved outside of PSA SE.
thanks, i guess the main ? is really why are files becoming disconnected.
You are definitely not moving them?
Are they actually in the folders that PSA thinks they are?
Can someone help me? I feel that none of these forum answers are helping with reconnecting missing files. If some were received via email, opened and automatically saved in Photoshop, could that be part of it? If it's also being saved in My Pictures folder, could that be it? I have tried doing the specific instructions of browsing through every single folder/file to reconnect but can't find them. Any help would be great! :-) Laura
If I understand you correctly, it sounds like you are answering your own
question. If you don't save an image to a specific folder and just view it
in your email, then it may still be on your email server, such as in gmail.
I don't see the beginning of this thread for some reason... Was there more
In a nutshell, you can't connect to any images that are not readily
available to PSA. You will need to save them to your HDD.
We accidentally deleted some important photos in Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.0. We didn't realize the mistake until it was too late--the only thing left is the thumbnails, found after a system restoration. The thumbnails don't point to anything though, because the actual photo files have been lost. Does anyone have any ideas about what I can do with these thumbnails? Where are the thumbnails actually stored on my computer, I can't find them? Is there any way to convert these thumbnails into a decent quality file that I can print hard copies of? They are very special--my dad's funeral, sister's wedding, and pics from the World Series 2006. Thanks
You can find them... but I'm embarrassed to say, I forgot where. I'll see if
I can remember. Colin might.
I assume you have looked in the Recycle Bin and drawn a blank.
Likewise I assume that you don't do backups - in which case this is a hard lesson.
The thumbnails aren't stored somewhere that you can get to them. Th ebest that you can do is make the thumb as big as possible on the screen and do a screen capture. They'll never be big enough for printing, but OK for screen use.