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I am currently testing the free version of Onedrive, planning scan and upload a number of old photos.
However, I seem to have an issue with the format of the photos. Scanning them with my Canon Lide400 scanner and storing the scanned images as .TIFF they do now display correctly in oneDrive. When I upload a folder with .TIFF images and later try view them either as "album" of in the "file view" , when I click on one image in the folder it seems to freeze briefly before displaying the photo as "1 of 1" photos, i.e. I am not able to sweep to view the pictures in the folder or album. In order to view the next photo I need to go back to the thumbnail view and then scroll down to the next photo, then repeat the process. Having it like this it really impractical to have a huge number of photos in oneDrive.
Tested with another format, and when I scan and store as JGPs before upload, I do not have this issue.
Does anyone know why this happens? is it something with the .TIFF format that microsoft does not like? A scanned TIFF image is about 5MB, whereas a PGP is 500 kB, but I have not read anything about file size limitations in onedrive. The same pictures are displayed correctly in google images ...
Hope someone can help with this...
Onedrive in user folder seems to be the default for saving some files. I have onedive on another hdd so dont want the user onedrive at all - please helpBy slashbracket
Some time ago. I was searching for a file in a normal place when I found it in C:\Users\------\OneDrive\Documents. I already use OneDrive and my OneDrive folder is in F:\ and syncs fine.
Just now I saved a notepad file and that went in user-OneDrive instead of -----\Documents folder. I have also found the Desktop folder in the folder.
I would like to know why this has happened and the repair to get the default for my office files and other windows files back where they should be. Also the Desktop folder. A solution would be to move the files/folders to where they should be and delete the OneDrive folder in C:\Users\micka\xxxxx\ but I have a feeling that this might screw things up.
I'm running win 10 pro 64 bit v1809
Hope someone can help. No way would I want documents in my OneDrive folder potentially being uploaded to the cloud even though I don't use that OneDrive folder. I have uninstalled and reinstalled MS office 2010 but no change occurs,
I am stumped so I ask the experts - thanks for reading
I have successfully set up my main PC to be available for file fetching. And when I go to a desktop browser and choose PCs, the name of my PC appears, and I can see everything on it. This beats the heck out of pinholing my way into our router.
However, I am unable to access the PC from my Galaxy Note 8:
From Chrome, I can see PCs on the menu, but the name of my PC does not display anywhere. From the OneDrive app, I don't see a PCs option. I really hope that this functionality is available to Android users; it stands as one of the most appealing features of OneDrive. Here's hoping that someone can help me get there...
I have two Toshiba laptops, the same model, that will not print from Office 356 or 2010. They print from Note and Libre Office. MY desk top and an Sony laptop will print from Office. I am printing to a Hp OfficeJet Pro 8610. It may be an update problem but I have no idea which one. Is there a good internet site to get information on updates and identified problems. I am using Windows 10 Pro as the OS.
By Steve K.
This week @adacosta wrote up a nice tip on How to Upload your iPhone/iPad Camera Roll to OneDrive. Mike, one of our readers was having issues:
After a quick conversation, it turns out Mike was deleting photos from the OneDrive App vs. the Native Photos app on his iPhone. So -- just wanted to remind everyone that the OneDrive Sync is "One" direction. In other words, the photos will sync from iPhone -> Onedrive but not the other direction.
This is important because if you're like me, I use the process outlined by Andre to ensure all my iOS devices are backed up and protected on OneDrive -- just incase I lose my phone or delete the photos by accident or run out of HD space on the iPhone or iPad and need to delete the photos quickly.
Questions? Does anyone else use the Camera Upload feature of OneDrive on your mobile?
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