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Subject: Re: Copying Commands across Presets

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 20:02:44 +0100

Maybe I was too fast when I did it. I'll have a second look at it. Thanks for letting me know!

// Dan

Joren wrote:
> Hi Dan.
> Based on my experience, the new copy/paste feature of presets is not working.
> Here is what I observed:
> When I copy and then past a preset command, it takes on the name of the previous command where I'm pasting a new name
> OR
> It takes the name of the Preset Commands.
> Attached is zip file that contains a movie showing the bug. Unzip the files and click on the "fr_cut_paste_bug.swf.html". If you are not comfortable opening files with SWF extension, I can send you an AVI file which is about 1MB in size.
> Just wanting to help :)
> JR
> On 2/14/2010 9:05 AM, Dan (RL Vision) wrote:
>> Hello,
>> There is no copy/paste function in your version. But I agree that there should be such buttons. When I got your letter I was just preparing to launch a new version. I halted and added copy/paste button. Now I have released it. So if you download v6.4 you will get it!
>> // Dan
>> Joren wrote:
>>> Hi Dan,
>>> Is there a way to copy commands across presets? If I highlight a command, the standard I'm copying icon (box with little arrow) is displayed. However, it does nothing as far a copy or moving the highlighted command.
>>> JR

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