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Author:  Vidiot [ Mon Apr 13, 2020 9:29 am ]
Post subject:  Files app integration.

I have a 10TB Western Digital networked drive. I can save LumaFusion projects to it by saving to the IOS Files app, then selecting a destination on that drive. It works wonderfully well.

The problem is when I try loading a project file from the same drive. Every almost works as it should: I can select the Files app as a source, go to the saved projects folder, and see the file I want to load.

The problem is that all the file names are greyed out and can’t actually be selected. It is almost there, but just not quite.

Is there around this, or is it a bug that needs to be fixed?

Author:  Vidiot [ Sat Jun 06, 2020 1:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Files app integration.

Is anyone else running into this:

You can save to a networked drive, and you can even browse a networked drive for archived projects, but they are greyed out so you can’t load them.

Author:  Dave Barton [ Sun Jun 07, 2020 1:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Files app integration.

Hi Vidiot

Have you added the WD as a shared device in files?

(Works with my WD drive and Synology NAS)
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I can then go to a project archive using the files app through Files -> Shared -> Shared -> DiskStation, select it, and it will then open LF and uncompressed the archive and open it as a new project (it sometimes appears to ‘sit there’ if it’s a big project but just takes time to uncompress and organise everything)

Author:  Vidiot [ Wed Jun 10, 2020 10:46 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Files app integration.

It really isn’t that big a deal. I can just copy the project archive to a directory on my iPad Pro with the Files App and then open it from there. It would just be cool to be able to browse and open projects from the networked drive directly. Saving directly works great, and I rarely reopen a project after I archive it.

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