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Old Nov 2, 2010, 12:17 PM   #251
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Martin;
Don't know whether this is worth mentioning, but I discovered that, when comparing the before and after, if the histogram is turned off, and the 100% crop is on, the picture reverts to the resized dimensions for a second when the mouse is first clicked. It was a little disconcerting the first time, but not really a problem.

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Thanks Brian. I'll fix it tomorrow - been a long day today :/
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@Brian and all - bug fixed in v1.126.

@sans - again very nice. The treatment really makes the chrome sparkle.
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Old Nov 3, 2010, 7:38 AM   #255
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Martin: check the histogram placement in v1.126. It overlaps the photo.
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Old Nov 3, 2010, 7:56 AM   #256
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It did in 1.125 as well. It's a deliberate compromise between making space for the histogram and having the image as large as possible. That's why there is now a quick toggle to hide it if it's in the way.
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sans, i like the effect on the cars. it makes ooc pictures look very blah. but i don't like the effect on the grass or trees. my old computer still takes minutes to process even small jpegs so i can't experiment too much. do you have any suggestions for settings?
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Yeah, the grass and trees are a bit jagged...I used the bold setting for these, but I think if the detail is turned down the jaggedness will decrease.

Here I used the bold setting, but turned down the detail to 3.

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Martin, thanks for the quick response. More than anyone could expect.

Sans, I really like the last picture. It seems much more natural, and still really pops.

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Martin, thanks for the quick response. More than anyone could expect.

Sans, I really like the last picture. It seems much more natural, and still really pops.

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yeah. it's more what i'm looking for. thanks for helping.
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