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Re: [libreoffice-users] Saving to mobile device, LO

El mar, 21-05-2019 a las 19:20 +0200, aguador escribió:
> Until sometime around 6.2 I was able to save or export a pdf to a
> connected Android device. That suddenly disappeared with a
> permissions
> error.
> Now with the new save dialog, the possibility of saving to a
> connected
> Android device no longer seems possible as it is not offered as a
> possibility. Even navigating to /run/user/XXX/gvfs offers nothing.
> Are others experiencing this? Bug file time?
> Details: LO, Mageia Linux 7, Enlightenment (22.4) DE
OK, my bad. Subsequent exploration has allowed me to navigate to
/run/user/USERID/gvfs, which one can save the location as a favorite.

However, in addition to the question of why the new dialog does not
offer the option of saving directly to a connected mobile device when
gvfs and libmtp are installed, there is the problem of actually saving
or exporting to pdf. Both operations failed with two error messages:
first, that the file did not exist, and second, a "general input/output

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