RC5: Compare dialog: Grab hand cursor

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RC5: Compare dialog: Grab hand cursor

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In the compare dialog (Tools > Compare) you can use left mouse button to move large or zoomed images which are not fully displayed, which is nice. Though the cursor shape should be the same as in view mode.

Also I wonder whether moving with right mouse button should be also possible (this is standard in view mode).

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Re: RC5: Compare dialog: Grab hand cursor

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helmut wrote:In the compare dialog (Tools > Compare) you can use left mouse button to move large or zoomed images which are not fully displayed, which is nice. Though the cursor shape should be the same as in view mode.

Also I wonder whether moving with right mouse button should be also possible (this is standard in view mode).
I have not this behaviour, left/right mouse is used as tab not to move picture
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It's the same cursor as in the preview pane, which seems ok to me because you just view the compared images and don't edit them.
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Olive wrote:It's the same cursor as in the preview pane, which seems ok to me because you just view the compared images and don't edit them.
Right, another bug: The mouse cursor in the preview pane is wrong, too.

The hand cursor which you can see is the pointing hand cursor, but not the one which indicates grabbing. (To see the problem you have to Zoom in so that scrollbars are displayed).

The correct mouse cursor for grabbing can be seen in image view mode (viewer) when pressing right mouse button and keeping it pressed.