Before and After view

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Before and After view

Post by Tuvok »

Hello,

Does AF have a Before/After view, and what is its shortcut?
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Re: Before and After view

Post by afx »

Not directly.
Indirectly you could Use CTRL-R and then toggle back with CTRL-Z
Or create a version and then reset that with CTRL-R and view it in multiview mode.

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Re: Before and After view

Post by Trev »

Yes there is!

I am a recent convert to ASP2 - what a great program and today asked myself this very question 'How do I see what the photo was like before I started to tinker with it?'

Use the History view - CTRL+SHIFT+H

Click on Initial settings to see the original photo and click on any of the others listed to see how the changes you used were applied

Click the bottom of the list ie last change to see the latest view

If you are using the File view the history is not saved from this session - use the Library to save History with the photo.

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Re: Before and After view

Post by dattanchu »

Cool. Thank you Trev. This looks like it is simple enough to write a Before/After plugin for?
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