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may i customize the info panel in the preview mode additing and removing some exif data (green arrow)?
there are + and - but don't let me to customize the values/items to show

and may I hide for example task crop zoom , i would like to have only exif data and instogram ?

and hide the film thumnails strip ?
could be taken in consideration ?
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may i customize the info panel in the preview mode additing and removing some exif data (green arrow)?

Yes. Edit->Settings->Set Info Text...  You can add and remove labels/variables.  I suggest making a snapshot (the button with the lightning bolt) so that you can switch between settings depending on your needs.

and may I hide for example task crop zoom , i would like to have only exif data and Histogram ?

Using the triangles to the left of each section expands or collapses the items.  The is no way to remove them entirely.

and hide the film thumnails strip ?

It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s).

Overall Preview documentation: https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48001144384-the-preview-window

HTH,

-Kirk

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may i customize the info panel in the preview mode additing and removing some exif data (green arrow)?

Yes. Edit->Settings->Set Info Text...  You can add and remove labels/variables.  I suggest making a snapshot (the button with the lightning bolt) so that you can switch between settings depending on your needs.

and may I hide for example task crop zoom , i would like to have only exif data and Histogram ?

Using the triangles to the left of each section expands or collapses the items.  The is no way to remove them entirely.

and hide the film thumnails strip ?

It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s).

Overall Preview documentation: https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48001144384-the-preview-window

HTH,

-Kirk
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It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s)..
yes , but have a shortcut to hide would be even better

seeing photo mechanics is the best image browers and more ever made why don't add the possibility to show only images ?
and about resizing , why don't add resize by MB ?
I have 44 Mega pixel photos , i would resize to 8Mp and some time at 4Mp , it's really useful & comfortable
sometime i need to upload several photos ,and i use some freeware to rezie at x Mega pixels

thanks Kirk

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may i customize the info panel in the preview mode additing and removing some exif data (green arrow)?

Yes. Edit->Settings->Set Info Text...  You can add and remove labels/variables.  I suggest making a snapshot (the button with the lightning bolt) so that you can switch between settings depending on your needs.

and may I hide for example task crop zoom , i would like to have only exif data and Histogram ?

Using the triangles to the left of each section expands or collapses the items.  The is no way to remove them entirely.

and hide the film thumnails strip ?

It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s).

Overall Preview documentation: https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48001144384-the-preview-window

HTH,


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It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s)..
yes , but have a shortcut to hide would be even better

seeing photo mechanics is the best image browers and more ever made why don't add the possibility to show only images ?

https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48000317837-keyboard-shortcuts-windows

Scroll to the "Preview Window Shortcuts"

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Full screen mode (toggles): f

Restore from full screen mode: r

and about resizing , why don't add resize by MB ?
I have 44 Mega pixel photos , i would resize to 8Mp and some time at 4Mp , it's really useful & comfortable
sometime i need to upload several photos ,and i use some freeware to rezie at x Mega pixels

You're using two different terms MB and MP.  Which do you want?

-Kirk

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may i customize the info panel in the preview mode additing and removing some exif data (green arrow)?

Yes. Edit->Settings->Set Info Text...  You can add and remove labels/variables.  I suggest making a snapshot (the button with the lightning bolt) so that you can switch between settings depending on your needs.

and may I hide for example task crop zoom , i would like to have only exif data and Histogram ?

Using the triangles to the left of each section expands or collapses the items.  The is no way to remove them entirely.

and hide the film thumnails strip ?

It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s).

Overall Preview documentation: https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48001144384-the-preview-window

HTH,


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It can be resized/collapsed by dragging the bar that separates the thumbstrip from the preview pane(s)..
yes , but have a shortcut to hide would be even better

seeing photo mechanics is the best image browers and more ever made why don't add the possibility to show only images ?

https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48000317837-keyboard-shortcuts-windows

Scroll to the "Preview Window Shortcuts"

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Full screen mode (toggles): f

Restore from full screen mode: r

and about resizing , why don't add resize by MB ?
I have 44 Mega pixel photos , i would resize to 8Mp and some time at 4Mp , it's really useful & comfortable
sometime i need to upload several photos ,and i use some freeware to rezie at x Mega pixels

You're using two different terms MB and MP.  Which do you want?

-Kirk
Hi Kirk
I want to mean megapixel MP
by the way ,have an option to show only images is not considered or taken into consideration?
thanks Kirk

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by the way ,have an option to show only images is not considered or taken into consideration?

https://docs.camerabits.com/support/solutions/articles/48000317837-keyboard-shortcuts-windows

Scroll to the "Preview Window Shortcuts"

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    Full screen mode (toggles): f

    Restore from full screen mode: r


Press 'f', please.  It should hide the tools panel on the right side, and hide the thumbnail strip.  Additionally, pressing F11 will put the preview window into a 'full screen' mode where the preview image will be even larger.

-Kirk


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by the way ,have an option to show only images is not considered or taken into consideration?
Hi Kirk
I mean in the Contact sheet , because i have mostly images but some video too
for the best image brower ever made (and more) , weird there is no option to select which files should be showed in the Contact sheet

thanks Kirk
ps resize by mega pixel , would be really cool

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by the way ,have an option to show only images is not considered or taken into consideration?

I mean in the Contact sheet , because i have mostly images but some video too
for the best image brower ever made (and more) , weird there is no option to select which files should be showed in the Contact sheet

OK, you have me confused.  I thought you were always talking about the Preview window.  That's how this thread started.

Perhaps it would be better for you to have a single issue in each post so that we can keep things clearer.

-Kirk