These are contained in the separate Settings app – the silver icon with the gears on your iPad or iPhone home screen.
The maximum image size is 10 Megapixels – for example a 4000×2674 pixel image. Note this will push an iPad 1’s memory to near its maximum limit so smaller images are recommended.
iOS asks for permission to use your location so that the app can access your device’s photos. This is a requirement because your photos may contain GPS data.
Minimal Folio uses the standard Apple video player and conforms to Apple’s specifications. The maximum video dimension for both iPhone and iPad is quoted as 720P – for example a 1280×720 pixel video. The video must be encoded for iOS and I recommend the free software Handbrake for this.
You can enable advanced sync settings in the Settings app. This enables extra sync settings so you can force the app to only upload or download from Dropbox. This gives better control over what appears in your folio.
Try quitting and re-launching the app. Double tap the hardware button to reveal the multitasking dock, then press and hold on the Minimal Folio icon then tap minus. Try launching the app again.
The best way to help fix a bug is to help me reproduce it first, and I appreciate the time it will take you to help me do this. Please email support with the Minimal Folio Layout.sqlite file (you can see this in iTunes) and logs if any. You can locate the logs by following instructions here. If there is a series of steps or a particular file that is causing the app to unexpectedly quit please send those along too. Thank you.
If you are unhappy with the app please request a refund from Apple.
Please email support and I will respond as soon as I can.