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Re: filmscanners: VueScan Long Exposure Pass



Ed wrote:

>The problem with the Long exposure pass option is that most people won't
see the problem areas until they've scanned hundreds of slides.

>Any area where there's a large bright-dark transition will have problems.

Boy, that's "strewth!" And I thought the problem was just with Scanwit
(which can't use a Long Exposure, anyway). Seems it's more widespread, and
the everyone's just been quiet about it over this past year I've been on the
List. :-)

>I'm going to remove it in 7.0.17 for this reason - I don't want people to
waste a lot of time scanning and then realizing their images are messed up.

Definitely see your point, Ed, but it sounds a bit like throwing out
something that isn't badly broken. Wouldn't an "explained option" and maybe
a "warning window" be better than tossing the whole thing overboard? I *do*
actually understand, having been faced with those choices in
"much-more-minor" programming in the past, but I don't pretend to understand
advanced programming, per se.

A retorical question, perhaps.

Best regards--LRA


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