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editing stacks

by gkaefer » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:11 am

If you open a pano with stacked images or where images were regular/irregular placed over other images you only see the circle with the top image.
And theres no easy way to tab through this "stack" of images. Finally if you want to change the bottom image you've to move away all images above aligned.

So perhaps its possible to mark with the mouse the top image and with any keyboard-shortcut you can tab through the images....

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by mediavets » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:35 am

When in the Layers mode of the Panorama Editor the mouse scroll wheel will scroll through overlapping images; this also works with stacks.
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by gkaefer » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:54 am

mediavets wrote:When in the Layers mode of the Panorama Editor the mouse scroll wheel will scroll through overlapping images; this also works with stacks.

lol - thanks.
I see - man, I really wait for the manual...
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by hankkarl » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:25 pm

mediavets wrote:When in the Layers mode of the Panorama Editor the mouse scroll wheel will scroll through overlapping images; this also works with stacks.

That's the reason I bought a mouse with a wheel :)


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