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10.4: Modify the slideshow navigation panel's settings
Authored by: mono toto on Sep 08, '05 10:05:37PM
no problem. Yeah, actually I hardly ever invoke the slideshow via finder or preview. Instead I select the pictures I want with quicksilver and get it to start the slideshow. Slideshow settings are indeed universal, if only we could work out a way to make it start 'paused' by default. I guess you could set the transition time to a ridiculously large value if you never wanted to use the slideshow.

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10.4: Modify the slideshow navigation panel's settings
Authored by: wackazong on Sep 09, '05 04:07:06AM
Slightly off topic, but of interest to the concerned, I think: What use is a slideshow preview for pictures if I cannot send them to the trash while looking at them. At the moment I am taking handwritten notes (imagine that) for knowing what to delete later.... Any ideas how to integrate a "move to the trash" feature to the slideshow? THX, ALEXander

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deleting images while viewing in preview
Authored by: piyayo on Sep 09, '05 03:49:44PM

I don't know about in slideshow, but open all the images, in preferences set for them to open on a different window each, watch them all with expose, select the one you want deleted hilite it bring it to front hit command + delete, and repeat as needed. The image closes and goes directly to the trash.



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10.4: Modify the slideshow navigation panel's settings
Authored by: osxpounder on Sep 12, '05 06:16:51PM

wackazong, you're right. I actually never tried it, and assumed that's what the 'X' icon in the navigation overlay was for! Hmm, what a shame.

I guess I'll be doing in Tiger what I'm doing so far in Panther [still haven't migrated my real work to Tiger yet]: use a column view, and look at the preview column. Use arrow keys to go up/down the list of files, and Apple-Delete the ones I want to trash. If dragging to resize the preview column actually made image previews larger, that'd be nice, but for now, I do without, or use Photoshop's image browser.

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10.4: Modify the slideshow navigation panel's settings
Authored by: e235 on Sep 15, '05 03:59:30PM

If you use something like GraphicConverter to increase the file preview sizes then changing the size of the preview column will change the size of the preview. This can be done easily for a number of files using GC's browser, but it can drastically increase the size of your files.



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