Image orientation on opening

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Sat Jun 30, 2018 8:44 pm

Hi Hamza,

I save all my images N up and E left. In Prism an image opens N down. Is there a setting to allow the image to be opened N up? I know the professionals are normal displaying their images N down, but I have been working N up and have Terabytes of image I work with N up so not easy to change.

Thanks, Dick
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Sun Jul 01, 2018 12:29 am

I am assuming you are using the automatic observation to capture these images?
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Fri May 17, 2019 12:37 pm

Yes, but I am automation with ACP/Maxim. I have been doing photometric processing Mira, but have been also using features of Prism too. We use N up as I work with others and use large, 14,000, image reference library all with N up. I am so used to this orientation, I would not want to change. I can clear flip the images, but why should I need to when this is a simple feature. If the feature in not already in the program, then please add it to the wish list.

Dick
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