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snowman1
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preview sharpening

Post by snowman1 » 13 Jan 21 21:55

Going through some photos in preview mode I noticed that the previews seemed to be sharpened. It's not something I've especially noticed before, perhaps it just stood out on more these. They displayed "normally" for a brief moment, then sharpened. Is there any way to turn this off? Or am I mistaken and they aren't aren't sharpened, just the way they display?

I did try CTL-Q which increased the effect.

I had a recollection that at one time one could set the options by right-clicking on the preview button or something similar but couldn't find anything like that now.
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Hert
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Re: preview sharpening

Post by Hert » 13 Jan 21 23:53

Previews are never sharpened. But in the viewer it is possible to enable sharpening (see option setting in the viewer). If disabled then no sharpening takes place
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Re: preview sharpening

Post by snowman1 » 14 Jan 21 16:39

OK, thanks Hert. Where are the viewer options please, I couldn't see them (apart from relevant shortcuts in the shortcuts PDF)?
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Re: preview sharpening

Post by Hert » 14 Jan 21 17:21

In the Viewer, lower right corner
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Re: preview sharpening

Post by snowman1 » 14 Jan 21 17:34

Ah, of course. Thanks!
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