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Dec 01, 2017 03:33 |  #1

Hi, How do you clear images from the batch option in Photomatix, I placed the wrong set into the program but can only see one way to delete them ie One at a time with Remove File cannot see a reset option. (140 images one at a time :p)
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Dec 01, 2017 08:51 |  #2

What version and what platform? In PM6 on the Mac, you simply select the files from the list and click the remove from list button. For example, (1) click on the first file, (2) shift-click on the last file and all files between the two selections will be highlighted (selected). They are all removed at once when you click the "remove from list" button (3).

I think shift-clicking in Windows behaves the same way, but I cannot remember.

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Dec 01, 2017 11:34 |  #3

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What version and what platform? In PM6 on the Mac, you simply select the files from the list and click the remove from list button. For example, (1) click on the first file, (2) shift-click on the last file and all files between the two selections will be highlighted (selected). They are all removed at once when you click the "remove from list" button (3).

I think shift-clicking in Windows behaves the same way, but I cannot remember.

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Hi, Thanks, I did try that before posting and didn't work, tried again after your reply and does work but takes time to decide it will select ALL, don't no if that is a Photomatix problem or my computer. Thanks again, Russ


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