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    Ah, thanks. Guess I'll just have to learn the CTRL+SHIFT+A...

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    Default Crop button

    A 'Crop selection' button on the toolbar would add to my productivity no end - please can we have one?
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    I will second that request, and not just because of my username. It would save me a lot of mouse clicks.

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    Ctrl Y is the shortcut for cropping. Shift C if you want to create a custom crop.

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    Default Crop selection optional button in toolbar

    Can a 'Crop selection' (Ctrl+Y) button be made an option on the toolbar, please? When trimming images to the required shape I waste a lot of time having to open the Edit menu.

    Thanks!

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    You don't need to open any menu. Just press Ctrl Y.

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    I'd like to see more menu buttons/menus. Example, Very often I like to edit an image and while I can click on the edit menu item and select a function, if I advance to a new image I must again click on the edit menu item and reselect. The same for the save function, I almost never use the Save As and would like to have a Save button that saves my file with the original name and location without any prompts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgt1942 View Post
    I almost never use the Save As and would like to have a Save button that saves my file with the original name and location without any prompts.
    Shortcut Ctrl S will do what you want. See the File Handling Options in Settings to disable the overwrite warnings and the save options dialogue.

    What commands from the Edit menu do you need quick access to?

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    Question Alternative Save for the Toolbar

    Hi, I for one never use the default 'Save as' icon. This seems to save in the Desktop by default and I always want it to be in the same folder as where the file came from.

    So could the author allow us to select from the two Save options which appears in the Toolbar? That is Save (original folder) or the 'Save as' icon?

    Thanks.
    Stuart Halliday

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    Along with Customising Shortcuts, this is quite a frequent request, but for the reasons I stated earlier, I don't think it is easy to do. Irfan Skiljan has known about these issues for many years, but so far has not done anything about it.

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