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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    It isn't working for me either. This needs to be reported to tech support.

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  • David Tillett
    Great answers

    It works on Mac. The Lock Pan & Zoom radio button is still there on footer. Uncheck that and selected image can be zoomed and moved separately as it was before. Or am I misunderstanding the problem?

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  • Gerry Whitmarsh

    I have a weird "issue". In compare mode with lock pan and zoom checked, with the curser in the selected image (outlined), dragging to move the image moves the other, not selected, image!

    [Edit] Must have been a glitch as it's working fine now.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    It isn't working at all for me on my Mini. I'm seeing what Gerry is reporting before his edit. I just sent support a screen recording of what happens when I attempt to reorder the photos.

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  • Vladislav Jurco

    WIN 10 - it works. I see Lock Pan&Zoom button (left to Match all button) - when locked images are moving synced, when unlocked I can move each of them independently

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    David & Ken, are you running M1 Macs? With new M1 GPU code it's possible this is system dependent.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I wrote support about this last night and updated the report this morning with the screen recording. This is the reply I just received from Stevie.

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    Brian,

    I don't believe we've ever supported custom sorting in Compare view.
    You can custom arrange your images in Gridview, then go into Compare view.
    But we've never supported 'arranging files' in compare view.

    I've checked this with both ON1 PHOTO RAW 2021 and ON1 PHOTO RAW 2022.

    Let us know if you need further assistance. Thanks for choosing and using ON1 Software!


    Stevie | Tech Support & QA Engineer

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  • David Tillett
    Great answers

    I am running a 16 Gbyte M1 iMac.

    I am now a bit confused as to what the problem is. I had assumed that it was that if you had more than one image displayed and locked Zoom and Pan then actions on the selected image would make changes to zoom/pan on all the images in the compare view.

    The response you posted suggest that moving was actually rearranging images in the Compare view, not something that I have tried.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I had assumed Ken was talking about reordering the photos as opposed to scrolling them around which of course would only be available when it had been zoomed beyond fit view. We haven't heard from him since his initial post so we'll have to wait and see if he responds.

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  • D. Michael Reyman

    In 2022.1 Compare mode, I can't find the "Lock pan and zoom" button on desktop.  Above the thumbnails there is nothing but the "filter" buttons (stars, color tag, etc.)  M1 iMac 26".  Am I missing something in set-up or is this a bug?  Shortcut keys (Shift-Command +, Shift-Command -, and Shift-Command Spacebar) work to zoom all compares in, out and fit, respectively, but sometimes it seems to work only after zooming one image independently.

     

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    You should be seeing it right there. If not, I'd send a screenshot to On1.

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  • D. Michael Reyman

    Here's my screen shot - missing the "Lock Pan & Edit".  How do I send it to On1?

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You're missing a portion of the Search Bar as well. I think it is there but hidden for some reason. Take a look at your monitor's resolution settings.

    How to Adjust Photo RAW's Appearance on High Resolution Displays (Windows ONLY)

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Brian, you're pending approval again.

    Brians post...

    You're missing a portion of the Search Bar as well. I think it is there but hidden for some reason. Take a look at your monitor's resolution settings.

    How to Adjust Photo RAW's Appearance on High Resolution Displays (Windows ONLY)

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