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  1. Bert We all rely on Lin - what would we do without him? Regards wideangle
  2. There is so much interesting movement going on that you almost forget to look at the photos! Really enjoyed it. Well done Aleina. Regards wideangle
  3. Just count them again Barry, because I think they are all there. Regards wideangle
  4. Just pointing out that this thread is over 5 years old! Regards wideangle
  5. ++++1 All good suggestions in my view. Regards wideangle
  6. Rosemary Everything is easy when you know how to do it, but is a problem when you don’t! The good thing is that there are so many helpful people on this very active forum, so just keep asking. Others will also benefit as well. Regards wideangle
  7. But we still don’t know who is the best bowler!!! Regards wideangle
  8. A Happy New Year to you all, too! By the way, who won the Bowling?! Regards wideangle
  9. Auto-update worked correctly for me as well. Regards wideangle
  10. Thank you for that, Igor. ..........and by the way, Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year! Regards wideangle
  11. Hi Jill and Ken Regarding your comments on Styles: It seems that Slide Styles don’t yet have a place in your use of PT AV Studio for various reasons, and that is absolutely fine. However, they can be, and indeed are, a very powerful tool and a great timesaver in some instances, and many people have said so. I do agree with you completely in the issue of Styles changing a slide’s duration and there has been much discussion in the past about it. It is a significant problem when slides consist of single video clips. If you wish to apply a style of some sort, the timing of each video is destroyed and has to be reinserted manually one by one. Enough to put anyone off. I thought, maybe wrongly, that a consensus had been reached in those earlier discussions, whereby the user could be given the option of whether or not to let the slide’s duration be changed when a Style was applied. Regards wideangle
  12. The confusion is because both the ticks AND a highlight are shown at the same time. The deletion process only refers to the highlighted item. Paul - PT AV will not let you highlight more than one transition anyway. As I said previously, I think it would be clearer if it said 'Remove Selected (Highlighted) Transition' rather than just 'Remove Transition'. Regards wideangle
  13. Paul, Tom I think it would be clearer if it said 'Remove Selected Transition' rather than just 'Remove Transition'. Regards wideangle
  14. Hi Paul Like you, I don't, and never have, seen much advantage at all in the use of these templates as they are designed at the moment. I would much prefer to do a Backup in zip instead and go with the advantages and flexibility that it offers, such as being able to unzip it anywhere. To me, a template should be just an outline skeleton of a project, taking up a lot less space, where you can insert items en masse quickly. The use of templates here is not like that, and the process of replacing images, one at a time is laborious., although I guess having a template just for a short opening or closing sequence is acceptable. I think it would be much more beneficial if, at some point in the future, the templates feature was redesigned so that the template was just a skeleton and speed tools existed to fill up the vacant slots etc. Regards wideangle
  15. Hi Ronnie When you first asked this question when you started this thread, Barry gave you that information straightaway by pointing you towards: www.beckhamdigital.photo Just follow the PicturesToExe link at the top of the page then you will see PT AV Studio 10 stuff. Also, as Lin says, you'll get plenty of pointers from the User Guide as well. Regards wideangle
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