[Digikam-users] missing comfort

Uwe Mintermann uwe.mintermann at googlemail.com
Sat Nov 12 09:56:09 GMT 2011

Hello again,

On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:45 PM, AT Ege <andreas.ege at mymail.ch> wrote:

> Hi there,
>  Can you choose the wheel for zooming in the dialog for custom shortcuts?
>> Just an idea.
>>  just checked myself, no, you can't. At least plain scroll wheel, didn't
> check for key-wheel combination as already there.
>  2. the 1:1 Button should be on top
>>>>  On top of what ? If you want you can add the 100% zoom button in the
>>> top
>>> toolbar, this way it still visible in fullscreen mode (this is not the
>>> case
>>> otherwise).
>>>  Next to the arrow buttons for going to next/previous photo and for
>> turning
>> photos. Look at EOG's (Eye of Gnome) design please.
>> Yes, the button is lost in fullscreen too, another issue. There is no way
>> to move the button so far.
>>  You can move the button, if you right click on the task bar -->
> configure taskbar (Werkzeugleiste einrichten in German). Then you can add
> buttons, like the arrows and 1:1 button from the left side (available
> actions/ verf├╝gbare Aktionen) to the right (displayed actions/ angezeigte
> Aktionen), and you can choose where you want to place the button in
> relation to the others by dragging it up and down the list. At least on
> digikam 2.3.0 with linux.
> Translations of the menu names to English might be wrong, but should be
> similar, digikam is running in German on my system.

Thanks. But I cannot find the buttons for  turning photo left and right.
Seems to be missing.

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