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Move the navigator in develop module to the right side.

bskyum

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This will allow us to close the left panel and gain more working space (important for smaller monitors):nod:

It will also mean moving the curser shorter distances when working in 1:1:nod:
(- Please move also the command buttons in the navigator to the top to the bottom since the curser unintentionally activates the hidden module choose menu bar.)

In the navigator it would be a dream come true, to have an automatic smooth motion of the the rectangle showing the displayed area of the image.:nod:
Its very tiring for the eye to scrutinize thousands of images for spots and blemishes in 1:1 when the area searched is jumping and jittering. Let us hold down one key to move and release to stop.
The feature should automatically circle the image making sure it covers the entire image.:nod:

Thanks from the dreamer.
 

Gene McCullagh

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Let us hold down one key to move and release to stop.
The feature should automatically circle the image making sure it covers the entire image.:nod:
You can do this now with the page up and page down keys. It's not a hold to scroll function but each press will take you down to the next section an automatically work its way in columns across the image. While not a smooth scroll it does let you easily cover the entire image in a few keystrokes and not miss anything.
 

bskyum

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Thanks Gene
I am aware of this, but its far from ideal and the up/down key are on the wrong side on of the keyboard for left hand operation.
 
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