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BYE V3.1.18RC6 Bug report 'Add row', 'zoom-'



Backyard EOS V3.1.18RC6 with CANON 700D on Win10 64 bit.

1) If a camera with lens is used, the Capture Plan Center list shows the column 'Aperture'.
If you click 'Add row', then
a) the new rows do not have the column 'Aperture'.
b) The space for the column 'Shutter' is too small to display 'BULB', only 'B…' is displayed.
This is because the new column 'Type' needs some space. Therefore the width of the Capture Plan Center must be enlarged.
c) Question: Should 'Reset' also reset the added rows?

2) In the Image Center there are new buttons for zoom+ and zoom-
If no image is loaded
you click the zoom-
then zoom factor is set immediately to 273%.

The same happens if you use the mouse wheel (also in the older version V3.1.16)

If at least one image is loaded, all is ok.


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With BYE 3.1.18 RC6 connected to a T5i I basically confirmed what the OP reported

OP's Item 1)

a) Added rows do not have a column for Aperture while the original rows do.
b) When the Aperture column is present the shutter column is too narrow to completely display the selected value. This makes it inconvenient to confirm the selected speed since both 1/10 and 1/4000 display the same data "1/…". Also as the OP posted Bulb is displayed as "B...". The column widths do not appear to be re-sizable nor does it appear possible to resize that panel by making the Image Center narrower and the Capture Plan Center wider.
c) When I have added rows to the Capture Plan Center and I reset the capture plan, the data in the added rows is reset, but no Aperture column is added when a lens is attached to the camera.

OP's Item 2)

When no image is loaded, the Zoom- button changes the zoom factor to the same percentage as the Zoom Fit button. The Zoom+ button provides a higher, but nonsensical value.

There do not appear to be tooltips for the Zoom+ or Zoom- buttons as well as the Rotate 180, Flip Horizontal, or Flip Vertical buttons.

Mouse wheel behavior is inconsistent with regard to Zoom+ and Zoom- functionality. Rolling the mouse wheel away from the palm causes the zoom factor to grow by increments of 10%, but rolling the wheel toward the palm causes it to immediately grow to the Zoom- value.

Another issue with the zoom factor. Clicking on the 100% button and then rotating the mouse wheel toward me changes the zoom factor to 75%, 50% and then 25%. At this point the image is both shorter and narrower than the available space. Clicking on the Fit Zoom causes the image to fit to the available space, while keeping the aspect ratio intact. The image grew significantly larger to fit the available height, but the zoom factor dropped from 25% to 24%.

My item 3)

BYE is not restoring the window size at startup. It remembers the previous session's window location, but not the size

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