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History Window Bug with MDI


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Repro:

1. Open a 2 images in PdN.

2. Make a bunch on adjustments/changes(to the point where you have a scroll bar on the History window) to the image list on the left in the MDI display.

3. Scroll back up to where the first line in the History window is visible instead of the point you scrolled up to.

4. Now switch to the other image and again switch back to you edited image.

The scroll bar has repositioned itself to make the last completed action visible.

This gets really annoying when you are trying to recreate an effect and you are referencing another images history. I figure that one of the only reason you would scroll up in the History window would be to do something like this, and if that is true then when going from image to image you would probably want the History to stay where you put it...:wink:

 

Take responsibility for your own intelligence. ;) -Rick Brewster

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Repro:

1. Open a 2 images in PdN.

2. Make a bunch on adjustments/changes(to the point where you have a scroll bar on the History window) to the image list on the left in the MDI display.

3. Scroll back up to where the first line in the History window is visible instead of the point you scrolled up to.

4. Now switch to the other image and again switch back to you edited image.

The scroll bar has repositioned itself to make the last completed action visible.

This gets really annoying when you are trying to recreate an effect and you are referencing another images history. I figure that one of the only reason you would scroll up in the History window would be to do something like this, and if that is true then when going from image to image you would probably want the History to stay where you put it...:wink:

 

Take responsibility for your own intelligence. ;) -Rick Brewster

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