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Offline dmdeckbar

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Dear PM Team,

I am still using sometimes Iview Media Pro because I have to with some clients.
A feature I really like is in the contact sheet view.

I keep the number pressed and with my Wacom Pen i just tip on  the previews that I like an the will get the chosen color of the number I hold pressed.
That is really a timesaver.

Is that possible with PM6 ?

Best Dirk

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Re: Keep number pressed and tip on preview to give a color code
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2019, 06:11:14 AM »
Dirk,

I am still using sometimes Iview Media Pro because I have to with some clients.
A feature I really like is in the contact sheet view.

I keep the number pressed and with my Wacom Pen i just tip on  the previews that I like an the will get the chosen color of the number I hold pressed.
That is really a timesaver.

Is that possible with PM6 ?

I'm not sure, because I can't tell what you're asking for.  Do you want to see R,G,B pixel values or do you want to see the Color Class number?  Perhaps if you took a screenshot of what iView Media Pro produces and post it here it may help explain things better.  Use the 'Attachments and other options' link when you're composing your reply to this message and there you'll be able to upload your JPEG format screenshot.

Thanks,

-Kirk

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Re: Keep number pressed and tip on preview to give a color code
« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2019, 05:29:31 AM »
Dear Kirk,

it is just a really easy and fast way to give a color class ( tag ) to a file.

With PM we have to select the file and the we have to press 1 and the file get the color code.

In iView it was possible to keep the 1 pressed and in the moment you select a file it get the color code.

In combination with the Wacom pen and the contact sheet view it was really fast to give a color code to a file.

Just tip the preview

Hope that makes it easier to understand.

If not I will make a small movie

Best from sunny berlin

Dirk