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Where Would I Find Previous Images I Have Generated ?

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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When I open Firefly, I don't see any window that shows me previous images I have generated. In other programs, it just shows you all others you have generated at the bottom of the screen. I don't see any tab or anything, so where would they be ?  As I understand it, every single image you create using text, is unique, so even if you use the exact same sentence of input words, the program will never give you those exact same results.  If my images are gone, then Adobe, please have a tab for your previously generated images.  Thank you.

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Community Expert , Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

They are not saved automatically. You have to take action to save them. There are several ways. They originate with the buttons on the top right of an image:

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 The right one, "favourite", saves them in the local browser cache. This method allows you to go back and see the image and the prompts and styles that created it. The favourites are only available in that browser on that computer, and can be lost if you delete local browser data. You can see any favourites saved from the "Favourites" tab on

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They are not saved automatically. You have to take action to save them. There are several ways. They originate with the buttons on the top right of an image:

IMG_1397.jpeg

 The right one, "favourite", saves them in the local browser cache. This method allows you to go back and see the image and the prompts and styles that created it. The favourites are only available in that browser on that computer, and can be lost if you delete local browser data. You can see any favourites saved from the "Favourites" tab on the main Firefly page (this example is from a mobile phone):

IMG_1399.jpeg

 

The button on the left provides several options:

IMG_1398.jpeg

 

  • Download allows you to save the image to your local computer
  • Share a link allows to to copy a URL that takes you back to the image in firefly where you can see the prompt and styles 
  • Copy image allows you to paste the image into another application
  • Save to library allows to save a copy of the image to your Creative Cloud library (and access from other Adobe products)

 

If you do not save via one of these, the image is lost forever.

 

 

 

 

 

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Jan 14, 2024 Jan 14, 2024

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Hello, thanks very much for that info.  I wish I had thought about this before I made about 20 images.  I am on the $4.99 plan and cannot believe how few "tokens" I have left.  100 for a month is not many.  You play around for 5 minutes trying to generate different versions of an image and those tokens get eaten up very quickly.    Thank you for that info, now I know !

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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Somebody just upvoted one of my posts. Thanks.  Funny thing, I cancelled my subscription after my son told me of free software that has made Firefly a distant memory.  There are many very powerful AI generators available where you can generate unlimited photos per day, yes thousands.  That said, for those who want easy, just check out freepik's website under AI generation, and you have a lot of free images every single day, I think it's 20 per day free. The images it creates are stunning.  Ever tried Bing AI generator ? amazing also.  I've moved on to something that creates them locally on my own computer though, and is 100% free.  If you YouTube enough they are easy to find.  The program I use creates a new folder on my computer every single day for my images, as well as a log file in html format that shows a copy of the photo and all the settings that were used including seed number. Beyond insane, it's the best for documentation : if you ever want to go back and check how you created a photo.  

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May 17, 2024 May 17, 2024

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It's the commercial lisence you need be aware of and right now Freepick is not firm on what you can do with their AI images. Check under their facts if this matters to you 

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Apr 20, 2024 Apr 20, 2024

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This is true. It's a bit like being in a gaming arcade

Poofff, it's all gone!

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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March 28, 2024: The SAVE TO LIBRARY is gone. My whole workflow is obliterated. Where IS that button???

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Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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It was moved to a nonobvious place.  Select the image you want to save and click the Share button above the image:

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 19, 2024 Apr 19, 2024

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I had the same question and came across this post. But I didn't give up. I went into my Adobe Cloud and found some under my Files.

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Apr 20, 2024 Apr 20, 2024

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@kimamel , yes one of the options below "Copy link to Image" is "Save to Library" which saves to your creative cloud library. I created a directory in my Creative Cloud library for AI generated images, and I basically save any image I am finished with there, so I can easily reuse them in other Adobe apps.

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Mar 31, 2024 Mar 31, 2024

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Wow, I'm glad Adobe offers a 14 day money back guarantee. That's a terrible workflow. Every other gen AI platform I've ever used at least stores the images or even promts.

 

I generated some images and chewed through 20 credits or so, found one I half liked, went into generative fill to mess around, found it didn't do what I wanted and clicked the < Generative Fill option at the top left thinking it'd return me to my images. Nope, straight back to the Firefly front page sans every image I generated. 20 credits down the toilet.

 

With Copilot Designer, Leonardo, Stable Diffusion etc. why would I choose to pay for this platform? Terrible!

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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Bing is the same as firefly in the sense that you need to visit your browser history to find previous generations if they're not showing in "recent". I dont teven think FF has a recent though.

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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@Chris28202242jzqd: I am not sure why Adobe did not associate all image generations with a user interface visible to the user. I am pretty sure they still have all the data. I hope they make that change.  It too was bitten by even accidentally clicking on the generative fill button and losing my current state. I get around this for now by favouriting everything. I can then go back to the favourites if I need to recover.

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