Re: Paint Undo?
- From: Alan Calder <alan_calder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 May 2007 21:25:24 +0100
In article <4edddccee4dfs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Dave Symes <dfs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
In article <5a1c9mF2mpi8mU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, David Holden
On 4-May-2007, Alan Calder <alan_calder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <4eddd2078edfs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Dave Symes
ChangeFSI is another one, in its own way (Despite the usual second
rate RO UI) a reasonably sophisticated app, but no Undo.
But why would you want an undo in CFSI? It doesn't do anything
destructive to the original file so what would the point be?
Indeed, it's got a very good 'undo'. You re-process the original file.
But then, every time you'd have to reload the original file as there is
no Un-process option.
So it doesn't have an undo. only a reload and re-process.
I'm not so sure that is correct. Have a go loading an image, setting
scaling to 1/4 and processing. Next set scaling to 1/1 and reprocess.
Seem to end up with the original picture, not an enlarged version of the
1/4 scale one.
Try it again with the Processing -> Pre-sharpening option set. Reprocess.
A subtle (!) change occurs. Then set that option off and reprocess. Once
again we seem to be back with the original.
So reloading is not required, it seems. Reprocessing is a sort of manually
Alan Calder, Milton Keynes, UK.
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