Known Issues

Here is a list of known issues in Flick provided by our users. We are actively working on releasing fixes for them. To be notified when fixes are available, you can follow us on Twitter.

  • Java: Using WiFi and LAN causes the app to not be discoverable
  • Mac: Items on the Flicktop disappear after an update
  • Mac, Windows: Connections are lost after resuming from sleep
  • Mac: Devices stay in the device list after resuming from sleep
  • Mac: Unable to drag “package” documents to the Flicktop (eg. Pages documents)
    • If your Pages document is in the package format and won’t drag onto the Flicktop, you can click File -> Advanced -> Change File Type -> Single File to convert it to the normal file format.
  • iOS: All images have the same file name

These problems have already been fixed and are waiting for release in the next update.

  • None right now.

If you find any other issues that aren’t listed here, feel free to email us at flickus@getflick.io and we’ll look into it.

5 thoughts on “Known Issues

  1. I just start use flick and it’s seems to be great, congrats, but I’m experiencing a problem: I’m using two IOS devices and a windows pc, the IOS devices can see each other, but they can’t find the pc even when three of them are connect to the same wireless network. How can I fix it?

    • Hi, does the menu open when you right-click the Flick icon in the tray? If not, can you try the 4th question in the General issues section?

    • Hi, thanks for your quick feedback. We’ve noticed the bug and will submit an urgent update very soon. In the mean time, you can open the app by turning Airplane Mode on, and once the app is open you can turn it off again. We’re sorry for the inconvenience!

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