Using technology can lead to continual self-tutoring. The tutor mentions a fact he learned today.
Looking to download some photos from my phone to storage, I found a .aux folder inside the DCIM one. (DCIM means Digital Camera IMages.)
Wondering what the .aux folder contains, I opened it and found a single image relating to many others the kids took years ago while assembling an animation. Yet, why is it there, alone?
I discovered a similar photo to it in the main DCIM, alongside the others from that day. Yet, it’s from a few days later. It’s a mirror image of the one in .aux.
Apparently, when an image is altered, its original may (on some platforms) be stored in a .aux folder, while the changed one replaces its predecessor in DCIM. Such seems to be what happened in this case, anyway.
Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.