How To Save Photos

If you take photographs in Second Life and want to save them to your hard drive to edit and  use later, you will need to mount Dropbox to Bright Canopy/Frame in order to use the "Save to Harddrive" function in Second Life. If you use a Dropbox account with thousands of large files, you may run into problems, so be sure to use a new account or keep your account cleaned out for best performance.


Here's how:

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Locate the Dropbox icon in the lower-right corner of your screen.

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Hover your cursor over the Dropbox Icon and select "Connect".

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Sign into your Dropbox account.

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Allow Frame to connect to your Dropbox.

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You will see a notification above the Dropbox icon that you have connected Frame to your Dropbox account.

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Take your amazing photo and choose "Save to Disk" and then "Save As" on the photo save screen. Select your G: drive--which is your Dropbox, name your photo and select Save.

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Depending on your operating system you will see a notification in the upper right or bottom right corner of your desktop that says your Dropbox has been updated.

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Your photo will then show up in your Dropbox.