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In the german translation it is used: Tiefenschärfe, that means: sharpness of the depth, that is not possible (but depth of field is the same?).

Schärfentiefe: the depth of the sharpness, correct.

Better: Schärfebereich, field of the depth.


AP 1.7.2 // AD 1.7.2 // Apu 1.7.2: Capture One+ 12; MacBook Pro, OSX 10.13.1, early 2012 (ret), flsh 256 GB, RAM 16 GB; // Fuji X-Pro2, XF 18 - 55, XF 55 - 200 mm, nikkor 2.8/ 20 mm with shift 

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I would like to have a mix between native and english. All my menues... and deeper stuff in my native, but rudimentary stuff, like the adjusts/blendmodes/filter... just with english name. 

Lot of translations are a little bit unhappy (displacement as "Versatz" is absolutely unhappy....) and if looking videos/write comments there is too much think twice...

In menus i prefer native, but for tools, FX and so i prefer GENERAL. Where is the border? I do not know, so the possibility to switch on the fly via "app-languge" via a shortcut would be nice, or i can "module" my personal parts in native/english...

BTW: Please order the sort of the adjustments. Via menu / layer / adjustment - they are useful ordered, but via the studio-panel  - this order is another without any "border" and via studio-adjustment there is another order "i do not know order"... Same for blend-modes. Some belongs together, so give them a border...  Its already in english not really fast-find-overview, but with strange native translations... its heavy! Who comes of such ideas to try  3 adjustment-orderstyles in one app????

A GUI has to have as much as consistency, active/inactive has to separate as much as possible (without to become ugly), all have to reach with as fewest steps as possible ... 

I´m not this "clone PS-guy", but something in the PS-GUI is much more clear / faster to "read", looks much nicer, and (most important)  the steps are are done with some lesser mouseclicks!


OSX 10.13.5  / iMac Retina 27" / AMD Radeon R9 M380 / Metall: on!

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