Stephen Wandzura

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  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    Yes - I agree completely. I would not want any changes to be made to C1 that would inconvenience experienced users. But sometimes people migrating to C1 might be helped with "improvements" that don...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    I was happy with Aperture for fifteen years. I think I can eventually be as efficient with C1. [I think there is something to be said for paying particular attention to feature requests from new ad...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    I hate Photoshop and Lightroom, because the Adobe UI is so alien to me. It is ironic, because Adobe was real big in the early Mac days (1984 ... ). I am very grateful to have C1. I am learning slow...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    Aha! It is not so simple. It depends on whether [Edit Selected] is on. Not only that, but I think the way it behaves is the opposite of what I would expect. I think I should just make a habit of st...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    Ian - I sit corrected! Sorry. Changing the Crop aspect ratio can change it on other than the primary selection, so I can see your point. I think it would be better to change only the primary select...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    I am an Aperture (talk about no backward compatibility 😡) refugee and have recently started with C1 20, and making slow progress. At least I never felt the Aperture upgrades were actually downgrade...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    As a general issue of software design, the question of how much or long to maintain backward compatibility is perennial and nontrivial. For example, I don't think Apple tries hard enough. There are...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    BTW - I didn't know about the double click method. Thank you. It is almost as good as what I want.

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    I still don't get it. When you change the ratio, it only applies to the primary selected picture (even if "Edit Selected" is active) - the one you can see. It won't be changing "itself" - YOU will ...

  • Stephen Wandzura commented,

    I don't understand how a useful workflow would be impaired. Can you cite an example? After all, why would anybody change the ratio if they didn't want it changed? (If done by mistake, one can use U...