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Filmstrip View In Edit Module

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You cannot.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You really don’t want it left open while you’re editing any how. First off, it takes up screen real estate that would be better used viewing the actual image you are  editing. Secondly, it takes time to re-render that thumbnail every time you make an editing change, slowing down your performance.

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  • Randy Levesque

    Thank you for your response. I agree that I lose a lot of screen real estate when I'm in filmstrip view, but I find it much easier to move from one image to another and keep track of the images I've worked on by using the filmstrip view in the edit module than by bouncing back to the browse module to select another image. I'm pretty new to ON1 Photo RAW so I might just be missing some little piece of information on how the browse and edit modules interact.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Use the hot key F to toggle its visibility as needed. Turn it on when you’re ready to move to a new photo, turn it off while editing a photo.

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  • Randy Levesque

    Thanks for the suggestion. The F-hot key didn't seem to work as a toggle. It got me into filmstrip view but I needed the E-hot key to get me back into photo view. This is not a problem for me. These two hot keys will give me the best of both worlds. Thanks again.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You’re right the F key only turns on the film strip E key returns to full view mode

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