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warp5
Posted on: Apr 14 2006, 10:24 AM


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QUOTE (Peter @ Apr 7 2006, 02:52 AM)
Also, in the File Open Window you can simply left-click on a file name to edit it. (If the file is not selected, the first click will select it. Then click a second time on the text to edit it. This applies to Windows. On OS/2 you need to press the ALT key).

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On OS/2 you can define in the system settings which mouse button to press and whether and which additional key to be used. That means you can make it to behave like MacOS or Windos.
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warp5
Posted on: Apr 14 2006, 10:13 AM


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QUOTE (Peter @ Mar 31 2006, 02:56 AM)
Yes, this behavior is not implemented.

What should it do? If you ask people, they will have very divided opinions about it.

Most will say that it should copy (or move) the ORIGNAL FILE ON DISK.

Some will say that it should SAVE the current file where you drag...

As you can see, it is far from clear what it should do...

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Sorry, Peter, but both of your suggestion miss the point I'm talking about. Please, could you try out with IB.EXE making a rectangle selection of an image using the left mouse button and then with the right mouse button pressed drag this rectangle out of the IB window. When dropped into a folder a new image out of the selected part of that shown in IB will be created. That means a copy of the selection only.
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warp5
Posted on: Mar 27 2006, 07:05 PM


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I think this supports my request for a scripting solution which would be best done with REXX. But file formats like AVI or MPEG are not supported and therefore not part of a slideshow. Probably its easier to write a launching application which examines the contents of a folder and starts the appropriate programme. As PMView's slideshow format is not complicated those files could be created "on-the-fly".
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Posted on: Mar 22 2006, 12:25 PM


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It seems not to be possible to drag a selection of an image out of the PMVIEW window onto an folder with the effect of creating an image consisting of just the selected part at the target location. As this is possible with the Image Browser of OS/2 (ib.exe) I'm missing this in PMVIEW. Thanks for your attention.
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Posted on: Mar 22 2006, 12:02 PM


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It would be great to have a DLL callable from REXX for all functions which couldbe usefull in automatisation. Beyond basic image manipulation this could include a greater detail in slideshow control. Thanks for your attention.
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