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Oscar56   Okanagan, CA  Registered since 12th Aug 2012 Thu 13-Sep-12 04:02 AM
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"DXO 7 and FilmPack 2 - No Results"



I have loaded and activated FilmPack 2 into DXO 7.

I can see and work with the Details Pallette but nothing happens on the screen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks, Grant

  

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KolinP Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014   Weston-super-Mare, UK  Nikonian since 13th May 2006 Fri 14-Sep-12 07:14 PM
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#1. "RE: DXO 7 and FilmPack 2 - No Results"
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Hello Grant,

I haven't bought the FilmPack add-on for my DxO 7 so I can't help you directly, but - given that when we make adjustments to the 'standard' palettes in the Process pane, some of our changes (especially sharpening) are not "rendered" on screen unless we view our edited image at at least the 75% zoom level - could the FilmPack settings demand that you also "look up close" in order to see the (probably subtle) FilmPack effects?

Colin P.

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Oscar56   Okanagan, CA  Registered since 12th Aug 2012 Sat 15-Sep-12 01:28 AM
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Doh!

I am absolutely sure that I set enlargement to 75%. Now I can see the changes.

If I was running Windows I would blame that error on Bill Gates.....certainly not the user's error.

Thanks Colin

  

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KolinP Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014   Weston-super-Mare, UK  Nikonian since 13th May 2006 Mon 17-Sep-12 07:02 PM
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Ah! Good. Glad I could help.

Though I see that I made a typo in my reply - which I guess you stepped around Grant, or you've graciously ignored it thanks ...

... Where I mentioned the "palettes in the Process pane" I should of course have said "palettes in the Customize pane"!! Sorry.

Colin P.

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