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possibility for uploading experiments
(11-09-2020, 03:54 PM)Jens Noritzsch Wrote:
Quote:Dominik, thank you for this trick. I am not a dropbox user, so I did not test it before, but it is great. So I could advice a physics teacher to :
- upload a phyphox file on dropbox
- create a QR code from the link to share the file with "phyphox://" at the beginning, and "dl=1" at the end

The “phyphox://” won't work here as it would indicate an unsupported protocol for dropbox, just the regular “https://” link.

Thank you for testing out the different solutions, Jens. I agree with you, Sebastian magic link is the easiest way, but for now it is hidden in the forum. I guess I could suggest a physics teacher to open a dummy thread and post his code on the forum, that way he would obtain his QRcode rapidly, but that would be a rude usage of the forum I think. I would be very happy if the magic link solution could be accessed without posting on the forum, or if the phyphox web editor could do it (the web editor actually *does* provide a QRcode, but it also mangle the code if you upload your own phyphox file, which unfortunately cost me some hours to figure out). I would be very happy if one of these solutions would be implemented.

even though the solution above is clearly my favorite solution, and the reason I created this thread in the first place, I will note that Dominik's solution, outlined in my previous message, even though being a bit more complicated, also works, to my surprise. Here is the QR code that I generated for the following link :

Surprisingly, I could use this QRcode to open the experiment on my (android) phyphox. When I first tried similar solutions couple of months back, using google drive, I could not make it work. There must be a difference in the way the files are handled between these two services.

Computers are strange beasts...



(11-09-2020, 04:07 PM)Jens Noritzsch Wrote: Update: opening a regular download link via qr-code within phyphox in fact works on iDevices…

It also works on Android! I never realized! Waouh...


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RE: possibility for uploading experiments - by fbouquet - 11-09-2020, 04:33 PM

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