View Poll Results: Save icon on Tool bar should use the following action

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  • Save as... (current action) - opens last directory used.

    2 13.33%
  • Save - Opens directory image is in.

    5 33.33%
  • Let the user decide via an option which to place on toolbar.

    8 53.33%
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Thread: Customizable Toolbar

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWD View Post
    I think he now has a disclaimer that HIS program is unique from AcDsee and others, which to me is incorrect. The move function is INFERIOR to that of the old ACDSee programs. I think the reason he does not admit this is because he cannot figure out how to do it.
    Do you really think that a programmer that is skilled enough to create such a program (IV is really a monster, it can do a lot of things) isn't able to create a simple "move file" dialog?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MItaly View Post
    Do you really think that a programmer that is skilled enough to create such a program (IV is really a monster, it can do a lot of things) isn't able to create a simple "move file" dialog?
    I agree, but Users need to understand...

    No. 1 - Certain programmers may have moved on from their program or putting more time into making money (Hosting files aren't always free)
    No. 2 - Features that some users usually ask for just to make their experiences simpler and less time consuming (I could understand if one design a program with menu here and button there and multiple options)
    No. 3 - Its not that hard script simple functions, but if you can do it yourself then I guess your asking for house keeping
    No. 4 - Try and find another program which can do what you want or just be satisfied

    No. 5 - We're Users, some like simple [Mac] and some like a variety of options [Windows], but at the same time some Users still thing Windows needs to improve and Mac too...most people could come to the conclusion that programs have to be all-in-one, having every features for different users...

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