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About stonemason

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  1. Thanks for that contribution
  2. I understand all the arguments put forward, but still think that unless there is a good technical reason for removing that piece of existing code, then it should be kept in version 9. It may be a token effort at protecting images, but that's not a good reason for removing it. If there is a good and valid reason for it's removal, I would be interested to hear that reasoning from Igor. Regards Geoff
  3. Hi Lin In my opinion if the anti-print screen feature prevents even a percentage of image theft, then for code that already existed to be removed is short sighted to say the least. It means that for me, on one particular project, having paid for version 9 I have to revert to using version 8. Because I'm dealing with other peoples images I have to show that the software I'm using does all it can to protect their images. If the reasons you give are correct then I'm most disappointed that Wnsoft have not at least done all they can to protect against image theft. Best regards Geoff
  4. Hi Jill I'm afraid to say its not, create a slideshow in version 9 export to exe run it and do a print screen. The image will be captured. This is a serious oversight as far as I'm concerned and should be reinstated as a matter of urgency
  5. Can anyone tell me where the option to prevent Print Screen can be found is Version 9 please
  6. 4x3 is in my opinion inconsistant with most digital SLR aspect ratio's, and the default AR should be 3 x 2. A significant number of laptops, mine included have 16 x 10 AR screens, and I would be disappointed if that ratio were to be removed from PTE. As chairman of one of the major British Photographic Exhibition's exhibitions, I'd like to add that ours along with many other of the BPE exhibitions have moved to 16 x 9 AR rather than 4 x 3
  7. Will it be possible to run slideshows from a menu page with run and return, a feature I use a lot?
  8. Suggest that the mouse cursor changes to the familiar hand when moving over a menu clickable button. There would seem to be no logical reason why the mouse pointer should behave differently to a hypertext link when the sole funcion of both is to trigger some form of event or action. Many thanks Geoff
  9. Thanks for the suggestions which will solve the present problem. However it seems a bit of an oversite that a button that serves no other purpose than to be clicked to trigger an action should behave differently to hyprerlink text. Geoff
  10. Is there anyway of getting the mouse cursor to change to the familiar hand when moving over a menu clickable button. Geoff
  11. Does anyone from Wnsoft have an answer to this please?
  12. Hi nobeefstu Yes I've tried that but afraid it doesn't work using a menu system. Thanks for your time anyway. One for Igor perhaps as it would be a useful feature. Geoff
  13. Is it possible to use a menu with "run and return" slideshows and force everything to run on a second monitor, or projector using windows extended desktop? Geoff
  14. Thanks for the information. It's really the system clock I wanted to see to keep an eye on the time when doing a slideshow evening. I'll keep an eye on the one that Tom's working on (thanks for the link Lin) and see how that develops. One other question either of you may know the answer to. Is it possible using a menu, and run and return slideshows, to force the show to play on the second monitor using extended desktop? Best regards Geoff
  15. I use a menu page from which to run my slideshows using run and return. Does anyone know of any way that a clock using the system time can be displayed on that menu page? Thanks Geoff