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Capture 1 Necessary Improvements

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:33 am
by realsam
- Resizing Brush Size with "[" and "]" keys (Photoshop Standart).
- Fit Screen Size with clicking on Hand Tool Button.
- Auto-Exiting Local Adjustment Layers (to Background) after Exiting Local Adjustment Tab.

Re: Capture 1 Necessary Improvements

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:10 am
by Jim_DK
First 2 already exist:
In addition, shift+ [ / ] changes softness/hardness.
With hand tool, double click = 100%, double click again = "to fit"....

3rd point - If you have a feature request - make it in a support case.

Re: Capture 1 Necessary Improvements

PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2012 8:54 am
by NN105208UL3
In addition to previous poster that would be nice to have in MAC-version:

1. When you go with TAB to the adjustments (any) then "focus" will go to the box wih the number (for example exposure). Or if you go with your mouse to text box and select it. Then if you want to use any of shortcut keys, for example hand tool (H), then C1 will type this H in the box with number.
In WIN version focus remains in the text-field, but C1 performs the action assigned to the shortcut key. This is missing in MAC version.

In MAC you need to press ESC to remove focus from the text-box, then press shortcut key.

2. Language issue. When you use 2-language keyboard settings and left other language than English Then shortcut keys do not work at all. So you need all the time watch what "flag" you have on top right corner of your mac display.

Unconvinent.

These are no issues for WIN version. WIN version works extremely perfectly when you use keyboard a lot.

Re: Capture 1 Necessary Improvements

PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:18 am
by realsam
JamesJ wrote:First 2 already exist:
In addition, shift+ [ / ] changes softness/hardness.
With hand tool, double click = 100%, double click again = "to fit"....

3rd point - If you have a feature request - make it in a support case.


I mean clicking on BUTTONS (in Photoshop way), not on an image. It's more fast!