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This plug-in enables you to use the Lightroom export interface to upload images to the pCloud online storage, letting you instantly create a pCloud account.
You can use the pCloud’s Public folder if you want to share your images directly on your blog or static website.
As well you can directly copy a download link, generated for a particular photo, and share it with your contacts.
Windows and Mac compatible version
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- Button for OAuth 2.0 connection to the account; opens a pop-up window that loads the pCloud login interface with options for:
- Entering a username and password and confirmation that the extension has been granted access to the user account.
- confirmation of an email address - the extension will call an API method that will return the corresponding error code, based on which it will need to show an adequate message about the context of the operation. The message should be in the native language of the machine on which Lightroom is installed and explain to the user the need to confirm the email address and direct it to its mailbox.
- Along with the message from the previous paragraph, a button must be forwarded to the user profile configurations found in his account on the pCloud site
- Default pCloud folder: Files> Applications> Lightroom;
- Automatically generates a short link to share
1) Make sure that you are signed in with your Adobe ID.
2) Click the blue button marked ’Free’ at the top of this page to download the ’pcloud.lrdevplugin.zip’ file to your ’Downloads’ folder.
3) Go to your ’Downloads’ folder and unzip the ’pcloud.lrdevplugin.zip’ file to extract the ’pcloud.lrdevplugin ’ package/folder.
4) For Windows only : Copy/paste the extracted folder to your local folder C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom
5) Start Lightroom
6) Go in File > Plug-in Manager(or push simultaneously CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + , )
7) Push ”Add” button, find the folder ’pcloud.lrdevplugin’ in :
- Windows : C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom, select it, push button ”Select Folder”
- Mac : wherever you had unzipped the downloaded folder
Note : if you had unzipped the folder in the content of Applications > Lightroom > Content > Plugins , the plugin won’t be visible for your Adobe LR Plugin manager.
8) The plugin pCloud should appear in the list of installed plugins with the note ”Installed and Running”. Push ”Done” button.
1. Double click on the pCloud plugin, a pop-up window should appear
2. Add Publish Service description ? the name of that service
3. pCloud account ? push Login button ? a new browser window will open asking fir connection to your pCloud account:
The Lightroom pCloud app wants to have access to your pCloud account. This app requests access to a specific app folder - A dedicated folder named after your app is created within the Apps folder of your pCloud.
4. Push Save button