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Batch processing allows users to drag and drop files

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I use batch processing to convert image formats. Since I have other file managers, I prefer to drag my selected images from the file manager I use (like Total Commander or Adobe Bridge).


However, in adding pictures in a batch process, I cannot drag and drop files. I can only use the add picture button and then select the file I want to process in the system explorer. 
This is too much trouble! 


It is recommended to let go of this obstacle and allow users to drag and drop pictures instead of letting users only select pictures with win10 file manager. This is too rigid, just like Adobe ’s rigid
 

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Hi Photo Lucky,

I will move this thread to the Feature Requests section as I think it would be better suited to that category,

Thanks

Callum


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I can confirm, the macos version does NOT support drag-n-drop. (batch and pano)

Would be cool If they add native drop targets.

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There is such a story: The road most people walk in the park is often stepped out, because the road planned by the government is often not the road we really want to take.


I always disagree with restricting the user's operating habits. 
Just like we can drag and drop pictures to Affinity Photo & Designer, the ability for users to drag and drop pictures should be global

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