I am trying to use an editor in Google Drive images — the PIXLR editor —, but is giving me errors as shown in the screenshot below.

I had an image which when I wanted to open

image to open

open with screenshot

pixlr editor 404 error

In last screenshot you can see I get a 404 not found error and this is not only for this image. Any screenshot which I want to open with this app in Google gives me this 404 not found error.

Any idea why this is happening?

  • Why don't you sync your files with your hard drive, and use an offline editor? – ahorn Dec 16 '19 at 13:21
  • manytimes I am in a situation where I am posting screenshots as you can read in comments section in this thread 1)serverfault.com/questions/994722/… 2)superuser.com/questions/1507968/… 3)serverfault.com/questions/994622/… then before posting images on internet I save them in Google drive and editing them online makes my work faster , I have several thousands of images which I have saved – political science Dec 16 '19 at 20:20
  • and just for ease of use I have to upload them on google drive or for the sake of posting on various forums I have to put them in google drive and when I am doing so I have 100s of tabs and 2 virtual machines open in my laptop which makes my laptop extremely slow like mentioned in this thread superuser.com/questions/1507247/… so it is better at times for me to use an online service. I do edit a lot of screenshots as and when I get time on my local computer it is just that I need these things a lot so I tried an online app which – political science Dec 16 '19 at 20:23
  • google showed in when I logged in to my google drive. – political science Dec 16 '19 at 20:23
  • My point is that with Backup and Sync or InSync, the files you store on your computer will automatically be stored in Google Drive, even as you edit them, so you can easily share the files on your computer that way. I was enquiring why you don't use one of those tools. – ahorn Dec 16 '19 at 20:27

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