description and visualisation screen

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julienhgr
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description and visualisation screen

Post by julienhgr » 28 Aug 19 17:47

Hello,
i am sorry for my English. He is very bad.
I have some photo with long description (5 or more line). How can i do to visualise that in visualisation screen ?
The better way for me is to add my description texte in a big part under my photo.

Like that (see attachement)

Thank you so much for your help

Julien
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Mke
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Re: description and visualisation screen

Post by Mke » 29 Aug 19 10:15

Hello, and welcome!

If you open the 'details' panel, and if it is wide enough, then you can see the text:
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LifeIsLong
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Re: description and visualisation screen

Post by LifeIsLong » 29 Aug 19 10:54

An aside, I do think it would be nice to be able to toggle descriptions on/off anytime I'm cycling through images (so anytime I have one image in view at a time). Sort of like what the OP shows in his picture.

julienhgr
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Re: description and visualisation screen

Post by julienhgr » 29 Aug 19 12:23

Thank you mke for your answer.
But your are not in the visualisation screen. You are in the other screen. I don't know the name of this screen 'result screen ' ? light table screen ? or something like that.

The visualisation screen is the screen when you double clic on the picture. This screen can be in float mode for exemple. Or in a second screen.

Mke
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Re: description and visualisation screen

Post by Mke » 29 Aug 19 12:36

LifeIsLong wrote:
29 Aug 19 10:54
it would be nice to be able to toggle descriptions on/off anytime I'm cycling through images (so anytime I have one image in view at a time).
If you're not in full-screen mode, then you can do that by viewing the Details tab (and see much more than just the description).

If you are in full-screen mode, then you can press 'i' to show the headline and the first couple of lines of the description, as well as some other basic information.

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