Thanks for your response. Unfortunately, it doesn’t help. As I said, it works fine on my Android, so it’s not a usage error.
Either there is some Chromebook setting I am unaware of, or it is a bug. I’m sure other users are using Chromebooks, or it could be easily verified in your lab. Can it at least be confirmed that it is not a Chromebook bug?
Incidentally, if I select something from another folder in the mediabay (eg, midi, instrument), the Share does work. It’s only the items in the Project folder which don’t work
Here is some additional feedback from our engineering:
What you observed is normal behavior for the case that sharing is aborted. Cubasis always creates a zip file of the project folder. Then it tells Android (or ChromeOS) to show the system’s default dialog for sharing this zip file. For some unknown reason, this dialog doesn’t appear on your Chromebooks, which makes Cubasis think that the share operation was aborted. Just to be on the safe side, Cubasis moves the zip file into the Trash. When you open (restore) it from the trash folder, Cubasis moves it into the Projects folder and renames it, since a project with the same name already exists. All this is normal, but the mystery is why the system’s default share dialog doesn’t show up.