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Fred A
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« Reply #15 on: March 09, 2013, 10:13:23 AM »

It's on the list of supported cameras, and I suspect that someone would have complained  by now.
The DP2 is very new. The 1 has been around a while.

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« Reply #16 on: March 11, 2013, 08:38:12 PM »

hi mike, would u also help me understand this one, when the print proprieties window is open and u change the view to another image in the queue, the focus of the print properties is still the previous image and i have to click on the image to get the print property windows to change focus to the current image. is there a default i can set
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« Reply #17 on: March 12, 2013, 09:09:56 AM »

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when the print proprieties window is open and u change the view to another image in the queue, the focus of the print properties is still the previous image and i have to click on the image to get the print property windows to change focus to the current image.
Not really sure what you expect here - it sounds like you have only one image per page and expect the focus to change when you click the arrow to go to the next page - is that correct?
If that is the case, you are forgetting that many QU users have multiple prints per page and it's essential the user chooses which image they want to change. After all, that is the normal thing to do in any application: select the object first before editing. How else would you do it !  Huh
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« Reply #18 on: March 13, 2013, 10:11:05 PM »

but once the page is changed, qimage is aware of the change and can easily reset the focus to the current one.
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« Reply #19 on: March 13, 2013, 10:31:41 PM »

I don' think you get it  Roll Eyes
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but once the page is changed, qimage is aware of the change and can easily reset the focus to the current one
Which page is showing is irrelevant, what matters is the image and if there are several images on a page, QU, despite Mike's great programming abilities, cannot read your mind as to which image you want to change with respect to print properties.
Would you expect a word processing  or graphics program to select text or an object on a new page that you moved to? - I don't think so - you have to select it.
I said in my previous post that it's common for QU users to have multiple prints per page; expecting a program to work in a non-standard way for one user's perceived needs, is, I think, unreasonable and likely to make it confusing for other users.

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« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2013, 03:08:49 AM »

I do get it, I think u r having tough time with this, from a ui of point of view once something is off the screen , either the window need to go away or refocus. At all points qiamge knows the count/number and particular images on a page, once on a new page then the first image on that page needs to be the focus. This has nothing to do with the number of images on page. So even though when u go through the queue to a new image and the new image is on a different page, u still have to get the attention of the print property window, so it is a two click to choose an image to work on.
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« Reply #21 on: March 14, 2013, 08:00:23 AM »

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first image on that page needs to be the focus
Why? I may want to change the print properties of the 3rd image on a page.
Your request, as I said, is for YOUR way of working only. Selecting the image your require on a new page is not difficult  Roll Eyes
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Actually, QU does that in the page editor, first image on a new page is auto selected.  Grin
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« Reply #22 on: March 14, 2013, 10:02:46 AM »

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hi mike, would u also help me understand this one, when the print proprieties window is open and u change the view to another image in the queue, the focus of the print properties is still the previous image and i have to click on the image to get the print property windows to change focus to the current image. is there a default i can set

Perhaps I can help a bit.
There are many ways to do something in every program.
Here's what you are doing: You have 4 images in the queue set to 8 x 10 prints.  That makes 4 pages... You are with me so far?
OK, now for the sake of explanation, put the 4 images in the queue at 4 x 5 print size, It is conceivable that you may want to put a different color border on each one, or change the size of only one print to wallet size/
Therefore, you must be able to select the print and as Terry succinctly explained. Qimage cannot read your mind.!
Now let's switch back to 4 pages and 4 8 x 10s.
I see that you like to use the left and right arrows on the screen. Fine!  That allows you to scroll through your images without selecting at this point.
If you see you want to change something on a print (border size or color on one print), ** There is a unique to the image print properties button (gray striped) on each print.
Click it. That's what it is for!! It selects the image to which you want to make changes!

Next item, for your preferred work pattern, simply click the Print queue tab and leave that open.
Now, you can click on a filename, you can scroll through using the keyboard up and down arrows, you can scroll using the scroll bar, and the current image showing will be selected.

The open Print properties box has two jobs.
1) it allows you to change a property of a *selected* image, and it is mainly to anticipate the size or borders of your next image to be inserted into the queue.
If you want to change something, select the image, or click the unique properties button on the individual print.
If you want to scroll through your image selections and print properties for each print and you want them selected for you, use the arrows on the keyboard or the print queue tab.


Now the simplest way for you to achieve bliss is to make one right click on the preview panel, then click SELECT ALL.

Now they are all preselected.

Hope this helps

Fred
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« Reply #23 on: March 18, 2013, 01:25:00 PM »

Today I updated from 115 to 119.
Now I have a problem with the edit images window where the image flickers and goes blank white as per the attached.
Left clicking the image create a flicker of the image through the white "curtain" when the mouse button is released. A right click bringsup the filter box showing a segment of the image.
Do I have access to the updates I missed??
Has anyone else experienced this?
Have rerun the download and downloaded and rerun a fresh copy to no avail.
I'll do a System Restore to get back 115 if no one can assist.
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« Reply #24 on: March 18, 2013, 01:47:21 PM »

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Has anyone else experienced this?
Have rerun the download and downloaded and rerun a fresh copy to no avail.
I'll do a System Restore to get back 115 if no one can assist.

John,
The first thing I would suggest is for you to see if there is any Video card driver update that you could get for your card.

Before you do a system restore, I would re install 115 without a system restore to see if any Windows updat or other software may be bothering.

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« Reply #25 on: March 18, 2013, 11:27:42 PM »

Thanks Fred.
The first thing I did this morning after reading your response was to update the video card.
Started Q Image Ult again and the problem is gone.
Maybe it was the driver or maybe the machine overnight dispelled the demon after the shut down and restart.
Thanks for the suggestion Fred.
I'll carry on enjoying printing with The Q.
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« Reply #26 on: March 19, 2013, 08:50:45 AM »

You are welcome!
Sometimes, things get fixed coincidentally when we do something else. 
We never get bored by this crazy box.

Fred
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