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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:15 pm 
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Hi,

Using Papywizard.exe 2.0.0 on windows 7, i am able to create an XML log file. However, if I want to shoot more than 100 images per in a row, I can't do it! I can only specify "100" in that field, and if i press the "up" arrow, the number does not increase :(

using the web-based papywizard xml generator, if I specify e.g. 121 images per row, the XML that it generates does not have that number of images per row (it has 12 instead)

If anyone can help me, I sure would appreciate it!

thank you,
Jeffrey


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:30 pm 
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Aha. :)

Version 2.1.22 allows up to 500 pictures in a row.

So I guess I've solved it :)

It would be nice if the web-based generator also worked because that one is "instant". However I can live with this.

cheers :)
Jeffrey


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:38 pm 
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gigajeff wrote:
Hi,

Using Papywizard.exe 2.0.0 on windows 7, i am able to create an XML log file. However, if I want to shoot more than 100 images per in a row, I can't do it! I can only specify "100" in that field, and if i press the "up" arrow, the number does not increase :(

using the web-based papywizard xml generator, if I specify e.g. 121 images per row, the XML that it generates does not have that number of images per row (it has 12 instead)

If anyone can help me, I sure would appreciate it!

thank you,
Jeffrey

Hey Jeffrey!

You can tell the app to start down left and stop up right. Or vice-versa. No matter how much shots it needs: it should work and write the numbers into the XML-file.
Or you can tell the app to cover a certain angle.

Then you can simulate a shooting - and the app gives you the XML.

I´m not sure to having understood correctly what you did!?

(I must say: i don´t know any "Papywizard.exe" at all)

best, Klaus

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