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waljul

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How can images be be moved forward or back within a folder ?


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Can you be more specific?

Are you referring to the slide show at the bottom of Preview Mode?

 

waljul

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I was referring in the zoom mode while editing each image. Being able to do it in the slide show/preview mode would work also. Thanks
 

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phamton010
You did not explain how to move the images in any of the modes.
 

Phantom010

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I'm not sure I follow you. Why do you want to move them? Are you trying to change the way they are displayed? By default, it's by date.
 

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Yes, I do want to be able to rearrange the pictures. Ex: Move the #6 pic to #1 position.
 

waljul

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Thanks for clearing that up, it was driving me crazy that I could not move them in any of the modes. Thanks for clearing that up.
 
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