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How do I get the image files from Image Upload PreviewAsked by jonmp on August 15, 2015 at 08:51 AM
I have played with the Image Upload Preview plugin, but I can't find a way to get the uploaded image files. I see them embedded in a PDF (in Dropbox) but how can I download all the submitted image files as individual files?
You can access the form submissions page and download the files from there. Here's how to view your form submissions page:
But when I go to the submissions page, the "download all uploads" button is not there! It is there if I use the "file upload" tool, but no when I use the Image Upload Preview plugin. Here is a link to a screenshot of the submission page that I see: screenshot of submissions screen. Thanks for your help!
I would like to apologize for the inconvenience. The "Download Uploads" button on the submission page only appears if the File Upload field is used on the form. I have tried including a File Upload field and an Image Upload Preview widget on the form. I tried submitting the completed form. I have checked the submission page and "Download Uploads" button appears (since File Upload is included on the form). However, when I downloaded the uploaded files, it only includes files uploaded from File Upload and not from Upload Preview widget. This means that the "Download Uploads" button is only for File Upload field and not for Image Preview widget.
You can use the Image Preview widget, but this would mean you need to manually download the images one by one.
Or you can just use the File Upload field instead, however, the capability that previews the image on the form loses.