Image Editor tab
If you zoomed the image with the right/left mouse buttons, this option will softly scoll (pan) the image when moving the mouse towards it's borders. With deactivated option, you have to use the left mouse button to manually pan the image.
This option preserves the file modification date (filedate) after changes in the image editor, and when EXIF/IPTC information is written into the file after editing the image annotations. Preserving the filedate is not a standard expected behavior, because it should display the time of the last change. However, some users want to view images in a software other than CodedColor, and this other application might only allow a sorting of images by the modifcation date. Editing the images would thus change the original sequence of the images.
In CodedColor, you can sort the images by the original file creation date, which never changes. You could therefore leave this option turned off, in order to reflect image modifications correctly in the filedate.
Turn this option on, if you want to remember allsettings in the or dialogs.
Careful: if you need to decrease the JPEG for a single image only, then all subsequent save operations would also decrease the quality of your images. If this setting is forgotten, you could thus accidentally destroy your images.
When you save annotations to the image in the Title and Annotations dialog, you may loose EXIF data from fields, that don't belong to the EXIF standard. If you have such fields in your images, you should deactivate the option , or use the option above it. This option also backups your images, before storing changes from the Image Editor.
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