How to send the Peakto database when the support asks for it
Peakto saves its catalog structure in a folder that you can define yourself via the Preferences. If you don't do anything special, the default location is : ~/Library/Application Support/Peakto
The Peakto catalog consists in several database files:
and a folder called Thumbnails where Peakto saves previews and thumbnails.
Sometimes, it is useful for our support team to look into the content of some database files, in particular:
These files only contain metadata and do not hold any image data. You can share them with us without concerns.
The best is to zip them, and, depending on their size, either send them by email, or using a file transfer service such as Dropbox, Wetransfer.com or iCloud Drive.
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