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Scott 2013-08-12 08:39 AM

Pasted graphic display/hide triangle?
 
I have a tremendous number of pasted graphics in my own mind. There used to be a small little triangle that would display or hide the graphic. Now it seems I have to click on the graphic and then change the setting to either "show as image" or "show as icon" and then click done. That's three clicks instead of just one.
Method number two is to right-click the graphic and then choose the desired setting from the pulldown menu. This is still multiple clicks and requires appropriate targeting.

Can we please bring the little triangle back?

Thanks, Scott

Ramshackle 2013-11-10 04:30 AM

Toggling the image type:
Couldn’t this be handled in a script?

Or a right click contextual menu?

Scott 2013-11-20 01:40 PM

Yes, it could be via either. However, the little triangle was a single convenient click. both the right click and script methods require more clicks. Lazy on my part perhaps, but ends up being hundreds of additional clicks. Unneeded, imho.

SP.

Scott 2014-01-29 06:40 PM

[QUOTE=Scott;126856]I have a tremendous number of pasted graphics in my own mind. There used to be a small little triangle that would display or hide the graphic. Now it seems I have to click on the graphic and then change the setting to either "show as image" or "show as icon" and then click done. That's three clicks instead of just one.
Method number two is to right-click the graphic and then choose the desired setting from the pulldown menu. This is still multiple clicks and requires appropriate targeting.

Can we please bring the little triangle back?

Thanks, Scott[/QUOTE]

Thread bump. Any chance of getting the labels and little triangle back onto pasted images?

Thanks, Scott

rogbar 2014-01-30 08:16 AM

I'd vote for that too. (Also for the ability to re-scale images.)


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