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Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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Hallo,

es gibt wieder eine neue Testversion 19.90b1.


Windows:
http://www.pl32.com/beta/pl1990b1.zip


Mac OS:
http://www.pl32.com/beta/plx1990b1.zip



Neues:
  • alle Probleme, die bisher für die 19.50 gemeldet wurden, behoben
  • Dokumentliste: im Tab-Modus mit variabler Breite
  • Dynamische Animation: Spurstapel umgedreht
  • Plug-Ins, eigene Symbole über PicturesUser.pld
  • Plug-Ins, Nik: Probleme bei bestimmten Bildgrößen und Bildtypen behoben
  • Platzhalter aus Ebene erzeugen
  • diverse Kleinigkeiten
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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The new placeholder commands are very welcome. Thanks.
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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PDF-Export und Farbfilterdialog passen auch. Vielen Dank! :-)
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Document list tabs look great!

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Thanks for implementing the full filename in the Document List when used as a tabbed panel. The full filename is now displayed on my high-resolution display:
document tabs.png
This makes working with multiple open documents very practical. Thanks again! :D
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Problems fixed. Thanks!

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Layer blending modes can once again be scrolled through using the arrow keys on the keyboard:
http://www.pl32.com/forum3/viewtopic.ph ... %3A#p39185

The Stamp tool now uses the Shift key to create straight lines:
http://www.pl32.com/forum3/viewtopic.ph ... %3A#p38967

The last of the rendering problems with using a vector line as a vector fill pattern has been solved:
http://www.pl32.com/forum3/viewtopic.ph ... %3A#p38838
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Remove brush works on Linear Light layer!

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Thanks for implementing the request for using the Remove Brush on layers with a layer blend mode of Linear Light:
http://www.pl32.com/forum3/viewtopic.ph ... %3A#p38215
This makes working with the Frequency Separation action to correct blemishes on portraits very convenient. I only need to use one tool -- the Remove Brush -- to work on all three layers. Very Nice! :D
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Fixed: Open dialog - File Type sub-screen too wide

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Win7 Pro x64 SP1
PL 19.90b1 x64

When using File...Open, and attempting to select a specific file type, the file type sub-screen extends way out to the edge of the screen:
file open dialog.jpg
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Re: Prob: Open dialog - File Type sub-screen too wide

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photoken wrote:PL 19.90b1 x64
When using File...Open, and attempting to select a specific file type, the file type sub-screen extends way out to the edge of the screen
I see the problem, we will fix it.
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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Gerhard Huber wrote:Plug-Ins, eigene Symbole über PicturesUser.pld
Where should this file be on Win7? And how do I use it?
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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photoken wrote:
Gerhard Huber wrote:Plug-Ins, eigene Symbole über PicturesUser.pld
Where should this file be on Win7? And how do I use it?
Copy the attached file into your hlp folder or create your own one.
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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photoken wrote:
Gerhard Huber wrote:Plug-Ins, eigene Symbole über PicturesUser.pld
Where should this file be on Win7? And how do I use it?
The PicturesUser.pld is intended to be in your settings folder in a Help subfolder. So if you are using a PhotoLineSettings folder, it should be in "PhotoLineSettings/Help". On Windows, if you are working with the registry, the Help folder should be in %appdata%/PhotoLine.

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Re: Prob: Open dialog - File Type sub-screen too wide

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photoken wrote:Win7 Pro x64 SP1
PL 19.90b1 x64

When using File...Open, and attempting to select a specific file type, the file type sub-screen extends way out to the edge of the screen.
Interesting, I never use the file-->open dialog myself. I either just drag files into Photoline from Explorer windows , or use the small thumbnail browser. Then again, I have a three screen setup :-P

Btw, if you are working on Windows like me, check out Everything: it allows for instant searching in all your files. I cannot live without it. Search for an image, then drag it into Photoline.
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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123,

Thanks for the tips, but I rarely need to use a file browser. If I do, it'll be Windows Explorer; or if I need more sophisticated image searching and cataloging (sp?), it'll be XnViewMP.
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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Martin Huber wrote:The PicturesUser.pld is intended to be in your settings folder in a Help subfolder. So if you are using a PhotoLineSettings folder, it should be in "PhotoLineSettings/Help". On Windows, if you are working with the registry, the Help folder should be in %appdata%/PhotoLine.
Thanks for the reply. On Win7, the path is actually
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\PhotoLine

There's no Help folder in that directory, so are you saying I need to create one? Or, can I simply use the \PhotoLine installation directory's Help folder as Gerhard said?

My other question is how is that PicturesUser.pld file used? If it can be used to display icons for plugins (as the beta release notes implies) how, exactly, is that done?
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Re: Neue Testversion 19.90b1

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photoken wrote:There's no Help folder in that directory, so are you saying I need to create one? Or, can I simply use the \PhotoLine installation directory's Help folder as Gerhard said?
Create a new one, is the best way. Be aware that it has to be "Help".
photoken wrote:My other question is how is that PicturesUser.pld file used? If it can be used to display icons for plugins (as the beta release notes implies) how, exactly, is that done?
The file has several layers, every layer has a number. The plugins are numbered when loading and this way the icons are set.