better way to load new images

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    Charles Parker

    In the Mac version I can drag a photo to my Luminar icon on the menu bar which will open Luminar with the image. Do you have anything equivalent, like a desktop icon, you can use? It may work the same way.

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Chris,

    Thanks for the feedback - I will pass it to our developers.

    Just to confirm, the app you are referring to is Aurora HDR 2018 and you are on a Windows operating system?

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    Chris Falkenstein

    yes ahdr2018, windows 10

    besides these drawbacks it is a wonderful program and i much prefer the out put looks to photomatix, but it is so tedious to work with when having to process many images. to many dialogues when trying to open a new set after working on one

    charles the drag and drop onto the icon does not work. so i have to go through all that work just to open a new set

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Chris,

    You should be able to open images by dragging them directly onto the Aurora HDR 2018 application in the Windows Taskbar, but the caveat is that Aurora must already be launched/open.  Let me know if that helps or works for you.

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    Chris Falkenstein

    that works only if another image is not open. of course it works after launching the program and no image has been processed and saved

    workflow

    open aurora>drag images in> process > export images

    now to work on the next set i have to close the program and reopen it otherwise if i go to file> open i get "save changes?" > "dont save> explorer window opens so now i have to go hunt down the bracketed images, TEDIOUS 

    photomatix, open images> process> close image> dialog box appears that says "drag images here" so simple

     

     

     

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    Angela Andrieux

    Gotcha. Thanks for clarifying!

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