Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Hert
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Re: Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Post by Hert » 03 Sep 15 7:32

You probably know that you can use the <Insert> keyboard shortcut to add a catalog label as the child of the selected catalog label. But did you know that you can use <Alt+Insert> to add a catalog label as the sibling of the selected label?
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Re: Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Post by vlad » 12 Nov 15 11:19

You obviously know that you can find all images associated to a folder or a catalog item by simply clicking on that item in the Catalog or Folders view. But did you know that you could just as easily find all images not associated to a catalog item by simply ALT-clicking on that item?

To specify hierarchical exclusion, make sure you click on the item counter (like in the case of hierarchical inclusion).

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Re: Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Post by Hert » 11 Dec 15 8:34

Did you know that you can hover the mouse over the thumbnail's counter icon to see the assigned catalog labels (as space permits)? And did you know that you can click on those catalog labels to open them on-the-spot?
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Re: Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Post by Hert » 02 Aug 16 22:24

Did you know that you can edit or delete a saved Detail Profile by right clicking on its name?
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Re: Tips for working with Photo Supreme

Post by Hert » 15 Jan 21 17:25

If you're a macOS user and you like to browse through the thumbnails with the cursor keys, then consider changing the keyboard repeat rate in macOS to its fastest setting. Find this setting in macOS System Preferences, then Keyboard
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