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Preview behavior
« on: April 21, 2008, 01:55:04 AM »
I don't understand what need is for CTRL/Command+R in the preview window. CTRL/CMD+F does the same IF cropping is selected. If you unmark the crop checkbox CTRL/CMD+F goes to full screen image but doesn't return from it if pressed again you have to use CTRL/CMD+R. But if you have cropping marked CTRL/CMD+F works both for full screen and for returning from it too. This makes me think CTRL/CMD+R is unnecessary and its current need (if unchecked) is even disturbing if you use any way of imput devices with preprogrammed shortcuts.
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Re: Preview behavior
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2008, 02:31:24 PM »
Tried to reproduce what you described and I found using Windows 4.5.3 that the F key (you do not have to use Ctrl+F) toggles zoom mode whether or not the image has a crop.

Was completely unaware (not an unusual state  ;) ) of the R key, which does seem to be unnecessary.

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Re: Preview behavior
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2008, 09:27:27 PM »
Tried to reproduce what you described and I found using Windows 4.5.3 that the F key (you do not have to use Ctrl+F) toggles zoom mode whether or not the image has a crop.

Was completely unaware (not an unusual state  ;) ) of the R key, which does seem to be unnecessary.

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You are right, my mistake: no need for CTRL/CMD.
F and R stand alone as shortcuts. I didn't notice the R key until I moved to Mac but on the Mac version R is needed if you don't check the crop check mar (usually setting the crop is my first action once PM is started but using full screen it is necessary to use R since F doesn't work until you check the crop).
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