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A little info please:

Adjusting Shutters:
How do I use the
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-X , -Y and XY buttons

How would I use these while making shutter cuts.


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Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:22 am
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Myt1me wrote:
How do I use the -X , -Y and XY buttons

It's image inversion, it works before shutter!


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OOooo

-X = Flip the X axis 180deg
-Y = Flip the Y axis 180deg
X,Y = Flip Axis ? X=Y and Y=X

Ok let me try this out today
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Maybe for the future

Could I have the ability to Toggle ON or OFF the Snap feature on the Fixed light Shutter window.
This is the feature that snaps automatically from one shutter to another adjacent Shutter due to its proximity to the center cross lines.
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When any red dot get close to the break line they snap pulling the adjacent Shutter cut in with it. I would like to beable to toggle this snaping on or off.
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Could I have the ability to Toggle ON or OFF the Snap feature on the Fixed light Shutter window.
This is the feature that snaps automatically from one shutter to another adjacent Shutter due to its proximity.

Sorry, what?


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take a look at back my earlier post
i added more detailed info.


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I think we should switch snap off completely. :wink:


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