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Annotate an image... > The folder “.jpg” doesn’t exist.

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When I click an image to annotate [see screenshot below] I get an error popup with the text "The folder “.jpg” doesn’t exist." how do I fix this?

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Update: it only happens when using the clipper on some (a few) websites. It has something to do with the URL.

 

E.g. this is the website I took a snapshot of (with the clipper Safari extension): http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/

 

For some reason that creates a weird filename ("icons/.jpg") for the image file attached to the note.

 

Fix: the simple workaround is to rename the attached image file. Right click on it (assuming you're using Mac app here) and select "Rename attachment". Take out the rogue "/" from the filename and you should then be able to annotate the image just fine.

 

 

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