Keeping zoom and scroll position while changing image file

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mbutscher
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Keeping zoom and scroll position while changing image file

Post by mbutscher » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:25 pm

Hi,

sometimes I photograph image sequences of animals (bird, spider, ...). So a larger part of each image contains less interesting background. To decide if a particular image should be kept or thrown away I have to zoom and scroll to the animal then either delete the image or go to the next, then zoom/scroll again on next one, decide, zoom/scroll again on next one...

Because the animal doesn't move much between consecutive images, it would be nice to have e.g. keystrokes to go to the next or previous image or delete an image, but having same zoom and scroll position for the new image as for the last one.


Michael

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Re: Keeping zoom and scroll position while changing image fi

Post by Clo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:49 pm

:arrow: mbutscher

:) Hello !

• You can already use View Menu >> Lock Zoom, and choose its behaviour in the INI file :
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LockZoomFlag=Flag
Image0 : The zoom locking is kept through the sessions (standard behaviour).
Image1 : The zoom locking is kept during the current session only (like in the old 1.8… versions)
• But I think that there is no feature to keep the scroll position too… :?

:mrgreen: KR
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Re: Keeping zoom and scroll position while changing image fi

Post by mbutscher » Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:33 pm

Clo wrote::arrow: mbutscher

:) Hello !

• You can already use View Menu >> Lock Zoom, and choose its behaviour in the INI file :
[...]
Clo wrote: • But I think that there is no feature to keep the scroll position too… :?
It does keep the scroll position as well and is exactly what I looked for.

Thank you very much!


Michael

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