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1) How do I sort the Mode list?

2) How do I rename a Mode?

3) How do I make a macro to select a mode?

Thanks.

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1. You don't.

2. Delete, and re-Add under the name you want.

3. To use the Crop Tool in a macro, you record the steps of choosing the tool, then selecting the mode you want, then moving the crop box to position it for the crop you want, then pressing Apply. The macro will then perform that same crop when you run it.


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Thanks Walt. I think the functions of rename and reorder should be added. I will post to the wish list.

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17 minutes ago, Mr. K said:

Thanks Walt. I think the functions of rename and reorder should be added. I will post to the wish list. 

No need, you can already do that in the 1.7 beta

 


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9 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

3. To use the Crop Tool in a macro, you record the steps of choosing the tool, then selecting the mode you want, then moving the crop box to position it for the crop you want, then pressing Apply. The macro will then perform that same crop when you run it.

What I want is to have the macro select the crop tool, then select the preset mode, and then stop. It only saves the macro if I apply the crop. That is not what I want.

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14 hours ago, Mr. K said:

What I want is to have the macro select the crop tool, then select the preset mode, and then stop. It only saves the macro if I apply the crop. That is not what I want.

You would need to post a suggestion, and maybe they'll consider that if/when they improve the macro facility.


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