Hello lovely people, yet another newbie here! I’m currently running Seamly2d 0.6.0.1 in Ubuntu 18.04.3. I assume that I have the version for ubuntu18.04.1 installed. By some arcane means beyond my comprehension I also managed to (usably) install Seamly2d on my Chromebook with Linux enabled. I want to be able to save to a shared folder of some sort so that I can work on a project from either computer without juggling files.
On the Chromebook I was able to share the Google drive to the Linux side, & seamlessly save to it from Seamly. From my Ubuntu machine I’ve been unable to do so, in spite of the fact that I can from any other program that I’ve tried it with. So I feel like Seamly must be lacking the widget that allows the file interface GUI to interact with the Google drive. I was able to find how to navigate to the drive folder, but all the sub-folders showed names that looked like randomly generated passwords.
Or is there already something to give that kind of functionality which I’ve missed?