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Old December 7th, 2013, 12:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have gone through the instructions, but can't seem to find the answer.

I have mastered the writing on the screen aspect and saving the photos to file photo directory.

However, when I crop the photo with writing on it in screen write, then save it says, saving to clipboard, but doesn't go into the photo file system.

Where is the clipboard. is that in the background? How do I save the cropped photo with notes on it to the photo file system?

The only way I can find is downloading the photo then amending it with writing. Be quicker if could just save directly to the photo file system.

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Hi

I have gone through the instructions, but can't seem to find the answer.

I have mastered the writing on the screen aspect and saving the photos to file photo directory.

However, when I crop the photo with writing on it in screen write, then save it says, saving to clipboard, but doesn't go into the photo file system.

Where is the clipboard. is that in the background? How do I save the cropped photo with notes on it to the photo file system?

The only way I can find is downloading the photo then amending it with writing. Be quicker if could just save directly to the photo file system.
Are you using the stock gallery? i just tried it doing exactly as you stated and it worked for me. After cropping, it went into the camera upload file.
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Actually, no I am not using the stock gallery. I am using quick pic.

However TBH I haven't given the stock gallery a chance on the Samsung. I just downloaded Quick pic, as what I had on my previous HTC.

The stock gallery seems to be much improved from what I thought it would be for a stock gallery.
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