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Swifty
post Jul 5 2006, 08:42 AM
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I've just upgraded from PMView 2000 to PMView Pro. If I drag a selection of multiple images onto the black background of the new PMView window it doesn't switch to a slideshow as PMView 2000 did.
Is there a way to get the old behaviour back, or is there some benefit in the new behaviour that I'm missing?


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Peter
post Jul 5 2006, 10:42 AM
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QUOTE (Swifty @ Jul 5 2006, 09:42 AM) *
I've just upgraded from PMView 2000 to PMView Pro. If I drag a selection of multiple images onto the black background of the new PMView window it doesn't switch to a slideshow as PMView 2000 did.
Is there a way to get the old behaviour back, or is there some benefit in the new behaviour that I'm missing?


PMView Pro lets you statically load the file sequencer. When you drag multiple files onto PMView's regular window (black), you will load the file sequencer with those files. PgUp/PgDn will then let you browse the set of files that you dropped.

To load the files into a new slideshow, first do File->New->Slideshow to drag&drop files. You can also right click on one of the selected files in the File Open Dialog and choose Open->In new slideshow from the file object menu.

Thanks,
Peter


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post Jul 6 2006, 07:50 AM
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Thank you! Righ click and Open->In new slideshow is just what I wanted.


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