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AuthorSubject: bad bad browser, PS7   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Joseph Horton
Posted on Thu Jun 26, 2003 1:39 PM

I have been working in PS7 for only about 3 weeks. One improvement I was excited about was the browse feature, but I have had some trouble with it.

What should my expectation be for how hearty this feature is?

Back in PS6 I used iPhoto for sorting through scores of images at once. It was a little clunky, but I like the scale feature (but hated that the source files were "hidden" and duplicated, particularly when working with large files).

My problem with the browse feature in PS7 is this:

If I have a folder full of, say, 100 18M images, I would like to scroll through them, make horizontal to vertical adjustments, delete unwanted files, open (enlarge) and "shrink" (return to thumbnail size) images as fast as I can think. I run a Dual G4 on OS 10.2.6 so I would think I would have the power to do this. But when I am moving with any speed I get freezes and crashes.

What should I expect? Do any updates address this problem? Will I be forced to always separate my source images into many subfolders to keep overall size down? Are there any freeware or shareware fixes that anyone recommends with this?

Is their any freeware/shareware that might allow a greater range of editing while the images are in thumbnail mode? (i.e. adjusting color balance w/o actually opening the file?)

Does anyone else have these same problems?

(**note: Katrin, if you get this, sorry that I didn't have a chance to send the files a few weeks ago. I had my startup HD go down and I'm still rebuilding. Many of the preceeding crashes were in Browse.)

Best,

J Horton


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