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61  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Topic Question on: August 31, 2011, 12:40:19 AM
I see I forgot to proof read and to spell check.
I am attaching a File that illustrates how this is accomplished in the DpReview Forums.
Not expecting the method in the Qimage Forum to be the same but I do need to know how to know what Posts I have read within a thread while in that thread.
62  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Multiple filters to manage crop sizes on: August 30, 2011, 09:42:54 PM
I process and save multiple Crop Filters as needed.  I do NOT save separate Image files for these different crop sizes.  That would be defeating the beneficial feature of the Filters (and their small sizes) that are an excellent feature in Qimage without having another "specific sized" file of the cropped image file.
Many times, I will load a Folder of images in Queue, and (for example) apply a 4 x 6 Crop to one image; then select to apply to ALL images.  Then I will save the Filter files in a different Folder with same Folder Name as original PLUS _4x6 as part of the Folder Name.  Total Folder size is very small for the Filter files.
Other times, I will apply different (and specific) crop to each image then save ALL Filter files as discussed above.

When cropping just a few images in a folder for different size crop, I save each Filter File and add the size to the end (again such as _4x6, _5x7, _8x10, _16x20; etc -- then, when using one of these specific Filters, the size must be removed (prior to use) so to match with the original Image File Name.
63  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Topic Question on: August 30, 2011, 09:27:47 PM
Forgot to mention that I don't want to receive the mentioned email notifications.  I already receive many emails -- some of which I don't need or want.
I can come to this Forum and review current information, as desired.
64  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Topic Question on: August 30, 2011, 09:23:10 PM
I am aware of the item at the top.  What I am asking about is (for example) I opened a thread today, read either part or all of the posts at that time.  Then. tomorrow I open the same thread with the posts I have read yesterday plus any new posts after that time.
While in that Thread, is there a way for me to know by some indication that I have opened/read the first posts (for which I normally don't want to re-open and read) but I do want to continue reading the added posts since yesterday that I have not opened and read.
Seeing a list of posts that I have read is not useful for me unless they are identified in some way (within the thread containing ALL posts both read and not read.  Then, if needed, while in the Thread, I can re-read any as needed -- based on information in new posts in the thread.
Hope this makes sense the way I have explained.  I am NOT very familiar with all the features of this Forum like I am with the DpReview Forum where I have been much more active.
Will appreciate any help....
65  Mike's Software / Qimage / Topic Question on: August 30, 2011, 08:58:30 PM
Obviously, I must have overlooked something that causes the various posts that I have read to be identified (as read) for me.
What I am looking for would be something like is used on the DpReview Forums that (after a post is read) the posted "subject" area changes color.
I am looking for something to where I can return to the this Forum and be able to recognize what I have read so I have no need to re-review such posts again.
I expect there is something that I am not aware of for this function.
66  Mike's Software / Profile Prism / Re: Vuescan "Color" setups to use for Profile Prism Scan on: December 08, 2010, 10:26:45 PM
Hello Terry,
Your comments are very helpful.  Yes, your normal included screen shot was not clear and readable for me --AND--  No, I did not know of the "click on to enlarge".   After clicking on it, it is perfectly legible and easy to read.
Perhaps I have not read enough details regarding the features of this Forum and I need to do that.  I have read some of the "found details" but obviously have not found the details that would make this Forum more enjoyable and useful for me.
I am rather "NEW" to this Forum even though I have been a Licensed user of image for over 7 years.
Terry, thanks again for your help....
My Regards,
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