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 11 
 on: January 13, 2021, 09:48:15 PM 
Started by HerrBill - Last post by HerrBill
Fred,
I was heading for bed when I noticed your reply. How timely.
A quick question, what is teh editor?
Is there a video or an u tube on albums?

Hope you're going somewhere nice?
Thanks for your prompt  reply.
Bill

 12 
 on: January 13, 2021, 09:27:33 PM 
Started by HerrBill - Last post by Fred A
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Iím just wondering whether itís possible to sprinkle some small photos at various angles to create a friendlier look. Does anybody know of any special effects I could incorporate on the album?

Of course, Bill
Tilting a photo is easily done in teh editor by changing the rotate angle to whatever you want. Click apply, and done. I set my sample to -15 degrees.
Snap 096

Open a new ALBUM by clicking above Open NEW snap 094
We use album so you can draw images from any folder and easily put together with others.
093 gives you an idea  to make  and name your new album.

No time left today. Will finish tomorrow.
Fred

 13 
 on: January 13, 2021, 08:52:23 PM 
Started by HerrBill - Last post by HerrBill
I'm a big fan of Qimage, and it gets used for all photosí that are printed at home;
So far so good. I have a collection of photos which I intend to print at home as an album via Qimage ultimate.
Whilst templates are no problem in QU, Iím just wondering whether itís possible to sprinkle some small photos at various angles to create a friendlier look. Does anybody know of any special effects I could incorporate on the album?
Of course, I could use PhotoBox or Blurb but as Iím in lockdown I would prefer to keep myself occupied and do it myself at home.
All suggestions welcome.
Bill

 14 
 on: January 10, 2021, 06:09:01 PM 
Started by rutlandb - Last post by Fred A
That's exactly what I suspected. OK Glad it worked for you.
Stay Well,
Fred

 15 
 on: January 10, 2021, 04:50:21 PM 
Started by rutlandb - Last post by rutlandb
Fixed it myself! I found the settings tickbox to stop this happening, but it wasn't where Id' expected to find it. (it's accessed from the dialog, not the main program menu)

It never used to do this, so I suspect I must have reset the settings when upgrading at some point.

Thanks for taking the time to respond.

 16 
 on: January 10, 2021, 04:45:18 PM 
Started by rutlandb - Last post by rutlandb
Apologies - that was pretty vague.

Yes, I'm use "flash card copy/move".
When I do that, in the 'operations' panel I have instructions to "move" photos to a folder called pictures\2021\January. The optional 'subfolder' box is pre-completed with the day's date.

I can clear the 'subfolder' box  but when I click "go", the photos are nevertheless put in a subfolder with today's date.

I could manually move photos in Explorer, and often do. It's quite convenient to have it built in, but it's not critical.

 17 
 on: January 10, 2021, 11:58:16 AM 
Started by rutlandb - Last post by Fred A
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When I import photos from a memory stick, I like to store pictures in folders with a simple year\month folder structure (with occasional exceptions).

Qimage insists on creating a subfolder with today's date. I always clear the box with the subfolder name, whose caption says it's optional, but it goes ahead and creates the subfolder anyway.
Sir, love to help. Need more information.
"Import" to Qimage? What does that mean? Most of us would copy from a stick to a folder on the hard drive.
Sometimes, I might use Flash Copy Move built into Qimage to move files from a source to a folder or new folder.
I can even open the folder on the flash drive in Qimage proper using "Open folders, Click to close" from the thumb area.
So what are you doing, precisely, to IMPORT?
Fred

 18 
 on: January 10, 2021, 10:57:00 AM 
Started by rutlandb - Last post by rutlandb
When I import photos from a memory stick, I like to store pictures in folders with a simple year\month folder structure (with occasional exceptions).

Qimage insists on creating a subfolder with today's date. I always clear the box with the subfolder name, whose caption says it's optional, but it goes ahead and creates the subfolder anyway.

Is there a way of stopping this? Thanks for any tips.
 
Windwos 10 & Qimage 2019.119 

I know it's not the absolute latest version, but I'm only a very occasional amateur user. This problem has bugged me for months and I've only just got around to doing something about it!

 19 
 on: January 05, 2021, 09:50:59 PM 
Started by jaon - Last post by Fred A
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That is exactly what I meant. Can this be done?
See screen snaps above.  This has been done.

 20 
 on: January 05, 2021, 09:47:26 PM 
Started by jaon - Last post by jaon


Frankly, what I gleaned from the above is that "YOU CROP TO THE RED LINE" "YOU WANT THE TEXT OUTSIDE THE CROP LINES"
This means to me that the text is for you to see and use until the images are properly trimmed and cropped and the customer does not see the text?Huh   Do I have this correct?
Fred
Added screen snap . Text is now outside the crop marks
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Yes Fred. That is exactly what I meant. Can this be done?

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