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Solved Edited photo using default windows Photos app

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by JustTryingToPlayGames, Jun 12, 2018.

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  1. JustTryingToPlayGames

    JustTryingToPlayGames Thread Starter

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    So I opened a .jpg photo using Photos, the default windows app, changed the aspect ratio to Square, clicked save a copy by accident, hit cancel, then saved. Now the name has changed to "Screenshot-32.jpg~RFcade0b3.TMP" (Screenshot-32.jpg being the original name) and, whenever I try to do anything to it, I get the error message attached. I am the sole user and administrator of the computer.
     

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  3. managed

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    What happens if you click on Continue ?
     
  4. plodr

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    Search for this
    Screenshot-32.jpg and see if it still exists on your computer.
     
  5. JustTryingToPlayGames

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    managed: the pop up just disappeared and nothing happened
    plodr: the image still existed elsewhere, but in saving it I overwrote the one I edited
    Thankfully, when I turned on my computer today, all of the broken .TMP files were gone.
     
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    Glad it fixed itself !
     
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