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   - update doesn work correctly if only one image is loaded
   - all automatic control point functions only work for rectiliniar
     input images
+
+hi,
+
+it seems hugin doesn't save optimization state for d, e
+
+btw, there is trouble, also, with "inherit" flag which doesn't change
+the checkboxes on optim page page accordingly
+
+after "new", CPs from last current pair of pages are still displayed
+(in list, and as circles on the blank zone!)
+
+image cache is not actualized when an image is removed and then
+reloaded (after being modified); click second point in grey zone or a
+place that doesn't "exist" any more causes abnormal program
+termination
+
+regards,
+
+philippe
+
+- when clicking "stitch now" you are presented a file save dialog box with file mask *.* instead of *.jpg or the file
+type defined in the stich dialog. Project name without extension should be default the first time, and then the last
+name used.
+
+- trying to stitch a simple TIFF, I got "TIFFOpen error xxx.tif: cannot open" with nona and with PTstitcher the file
+wasn't created and _PTStitcher_tmp_3 not deleted. Multiple TIFF with PTstitcher worked as expected but xxx3 has "unknown
+field with tag 0x13d". Multiple layer PSD is not recognized as multilayed and tmp files, which are filled with blank,
+are not deleted.
+
+- when defining a pair of CPs, you cannot (A)dd it any more once it's been optimised. I don't see why it is so as this
+is anyway an explicit command
+
+- when changing zoom magnification, current image pair is not redrawn; you have to select another one
+
+- the message in status bar "stitching/ rmapping" is not cleared after it is done
+
+- "calculate field of view" must be clicked after each optimisation; an auto mode would be nice; same with pixel width
+
+- The behaviour when clicking on the image is not clear to me: it seems there are two states, creation and modification.
+I tried to select a point to move it but it added one instead and found immediatly its counterpart. As "auto-add" wasn't
+selected, it did noithing else.
+Then I switched to another page and came back. The two points were still displayed. I clicked somewhere and got that
+message:
+ERROR:  (CPImageCtrl.cpp:446) mouseMoveEvent(): mouse down movement without selection, in NO_SELECTION state!
+WARN:  (CPImageCtrl.cpp:571) mouseReleaseLMBEvent(): mouse release without selection
+
+
+regards
+
+philippe
+Pablo d'Angelo wrote:
+
+>On Mon, 12 Jul 2004, spec@webtech.pl wrote:
+>
+>  
+>
+>>Pablo d'Angelo wrote:
+>>
+>>    
+>>
+>>>.pts is the PTGui file format, or? Hmm, maybe I have broken the ptgui 
+>>>import
+>>>some time ago.. I don't have a converter nearby, but the main difference is
+>>>that PTGui saves its lens parameters in a dummy image. just remove that and
+>>>set the parameters for the first real image...
+>>>
+>>>
+>>>      
+>>>
+>>also the filenames of the images are in separate lines.
+>>    
+>>
+>
+>hugin can handle that. have you tried to open a .pts in hugin?
+>
+>  
+>
+yes - I get an error - ImageCache.cpp:181 getImage() Can't load image
+F:\panoramy\polska\elk-kosciol\
+this is directory where the project is - without the actual image file.
+
+pts lines are:
+o w1 h1 y0 r0 p0 v187.896 a0.003079 b0.060553 c-0.181092 f2 d0.980721 
+e5.57242 g17.387334 t0
+#-imgfile 1803 1181 "F:\panoramy\polska\elk-kosciol\5244-11.jpg"
+
+Marek
+On Tue, Jul 13, 2004 at 06:35:27AM +0900, Ian Sydenham wrote:
+> For
+> 
+> Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) wrote:
+> >What it the trick to have enblend running from the gui ?
+> >Hugin is the latest cvs version.
+> I'm not sure abot the cvs, but with the latest windows snapshot"
+> Simplest solution:
+>  Stitcher tab:
+>    "Stitch the images" option : "into a high quality tiff file"
+> 
+> Alternatively
+>  Stitcher tab:
+>    "Stitch the images" option : "with Custom settings below"
+>    Stitching Engine: Nona
+>    Image Format: Tiff
+>    Stitching options - soft blending tick box: ticked
+
+This is what I've done
+
+> 
+> When prompted for a file name just enter the name without the 
+> extension - eg filename, not filename.tif
+
+And this time I got an empty file with this name + the .tif file 8 byte long + 3
+.tif files containing the multi-tif picture.
+
+> 
+> Have a look at the registry entry My 
+> Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\hugin\Enblend\EnblendExe and make 
+> sure that it is pointing to your Enblend.exe. If not then delete the 
+> registry key and Hugin will prompt again for its location.
+
+BTW : I'm using linux. And I've enblend in my path ...
+
+--
+Regards
+		- Jean-Luc
+> 
+> regards,
+> Ian
+