TURN OFF WHITEBOARD ENHANCEMENT
I took an image of 2 blocks in a diagram, with an arrow between them. It saved an image of an arrow pointing to a block. That is not what I wanted.
I put the title in all-caps because I am very angry.
Microsoft amazes me … after the stupidity of Vista and removal of the start button in Windows 8, it shows intelligence to learn from your mistakes, but that seems not to apply to Microsoft … who at Microsoft give people these jobs!
Wait... This is just a vote to have devs CONSIDER removing this INVASIVE and DAMAGING "feature"?!? Bye-bye OneDrive. I sincerely hate paying $16 a month to Dropbox, but at least I can trust Dropbox to keep its paws off my content!! I'm FURIOUS right now.
Microsoft is turning into Apple with its "we know best, don't you worry your pretty little head" software "upgrades."
No software should EVER alter user content without permission!
Mikhail Karpuk commented
There definitely should be a way to restore the original photo right from the app (not just from the web). Settings should allow turning off automatic photo "enhancements". If I want to try "improving" photo, original should be kept untouched, so I could to choose which photo is better for me
Hello dear desillusioniertes!
Please go to the android store and post your reviews and suggestions there. I think it has a better impact as no microsoft listens here.
It's really bad that they do not allow this FAIL feature to stop!
Cut off a portion of the image, the feature shouldnt be called enhancement but instead AI assisted clueless cropping
Jean Rivera commented
I agree with this immensely, it's extremely annoying. I remember being able to tap a ********** on the mobile app and being able to disable it for that particular image but it's not there at all anymore, nothing in settings either
I'm an artist and this is REALLY annoying
That's truly absurd... Disappointed beyond belief.. I'm waiting for the day my oxygen supply will be decided by third parties without an option to opt out of...
I would also like to be able to disable this stupid "feature".
Btw., I'm just as angry as you. This is one of those "features" where you wonder how anyone at Microsoft could ever think that this would be a good idea without giving people a chance to opt-out.
You can restore the original on the web page but as far as I can see not in the OneDrive **** app.
I'm an artist. It routinely screws up my photos of my art, making it supremely not useful as storage.