January 3, 2016 at 4:35 pm #6629karotteParticipant
I moved from Quickpic to F-Stop and just bought the key the other day.
I’m almost happy with F-Stop but there’s one thing I cannot figure out: I’m used to a workflow that I’ve previously set up with Quickpic and Foldersync: There’s a special folder where I copy images to that I want to move to network share. After syncing this folder is empty so F-Stop won’t show it.
Question: How do I copy images into that empty folder with F-Stop? Using a file manager is not an option as I select the images by thumbnails.
When I select an image and use “copy/move” from the context menu, I only see folders with images which I could use as destination. But as I said, my destination folder is empty. In Quickpic I could “add” the folder via the + in the menu bar but in F-Stop it seems to open a folder creation dialogue although it is titled with “Choose folder”. Buttons are only “new folder” and “cancel”:
I already pinned the sync folder to the top but it will still disappear when it’s empty.
So still the question: How do I copy images into that empty folder with F-Stop?
My environment: Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300) with rooted CyanogenMod 11, Android 4.4.4.
January 15, 2016 at 12:01 am #6640Jason SeelyeKeymaster
It looks like you may be using an older version of F-Stop. Please update to the latest version (currently 4.4.1) and then select the “Switch view” option in the menu. This will allow you to select the folder using our nested view which allows selection of empty folders.
January 24, 2016 at 4:06 am #6672karotteParticipant
sorry for the late feedback.
well, that wasn’t intuitively for me. but with your hint I managed to figure it out and now I can stick to the workflow I’m used to.
Thanks for the help!
May 1, 2016 at 5:10 am #6786afxParticipant
Unfortunately that does not work here.
Android 6.0.1, F-Stop 4.6.3.
I don’t see empty folders when I try to move something.
May 2, 2016 at 12:12 am #6787afxParticipant
Oops, sorry for the wrong alert, pilot error on my side.
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