Did you manage to work-around this problem?
Sometimes it is better to save a "local" copy, ie to download it onto your
own machine. Then work on it there and then re-upload it. I often do that
even if working on a file that is on a LAN, let alone on the Cloud. There
are just to many variables and too much potential for various different 3rd
party connections to go wrong. A local copy means you have a back-up.
Sorry you didn't get any answers sooner!
Apols and regards from
Odd Karsten Hanken wrote
I had just started on the document and only written half a page or so with
notes from a trip, therefore did the error not make much problem for me,
but it could have, if it had happen later.
The file was saved in a Dropbox folder, I opened it yesterday, wrote a few
more sentences and then I tried to put in a picture; got the wrong one
first, deleted it and replaced it with the right image. When I then tried
to save the document again did I get I/O error... and the file was
overwritten by a 4.1kb empty document, which i attach to this email.
My (unqualified) guess is that the problem might be related to inserting,
removing and then inserting picture and frame, or to saving in Dropbox.
Versjon 22.214.171.124 (Bygg-ID: 400m0(Build:2))
KDE 4.10.4 Ubuntu 13.04
Odd Karsten Hanken
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