New: it seems to be related to the way I save.
The app saves both pictures, with the awful result of being denied, and it also saves a few fonts compressed in a zip. Actually, after offering a save dialog, it simply copies the said zip from the Resources to the target folder.
It copies the file without any fuss to the desktop, to Documents, to wherever I want.
So now I have at least something to explore. If I find no other way, I can simply save the file to AppData, and then use the same kind of dialog to copy to the target.
@Gavin Smith : I appreciate your offer, but since I found at least a hint of what may work, I will first experiment, and report.
OK. The app no longer refuses to save.
- I have applied Derk last suggestion
- I no longer try to open the containing folder.
Thank you for all suggestions
[quote=482404:@Michel Bujardet]OK. The app no longer refuses to save.
I have applied Derk last suggestion
I no longer try to open the containing folder.
Thank you for all suggestions :)[/quote]
Cheers, great we found another weird feature. But it did the trick…
@Michel Bujardet I wanted to share the code with you for “Revealing” a file in the Finder, using API. I was hoping it might help, but it seems that you’ve gotten it fixed already.
I posted the code to the following page if you’re interested.