Naive question 666
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sat Jun 4 15:37:41 EDT 2011
On 06/04/2011 10:15 PM, Pete wrote:
> I guess I'm still not sure why a user stack/card with images on it is better
> than using the image library (I've asked before and never got a response).
> Importing image files into the library assigns a unique image ID to them so
> no conflicts. Once the images are in the library, they are available to any
> LC application, they are included in standalones, and you can place buttons
> with a reference to them on a card just by clicking a button in the image
> I don't do a lot of graphic work within LC so I'm probably missing something
> obvious, but I'd love to know what it is.
I think the real objection to having lots of images in libraries is that
'suck' RAM like nobody's business and everything s l o w s d o w n t o
a horrible extent.
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> On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 11:27 AM, Mark Wieder<mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote:
>> Saturday, June 4, 2011, 11:06:58 AM, you wrote:
>>> You will not have an 'Image Libraries' folder until, either, you have
>>> created one personal imahe library,
>>> or you create a folder there yourself.
>> OK - I'll dump that one. I'm reasonably sure I didn't create it
>> myself, and if nobody else needs it I certainly don't.
>> -Mark Wieder
>> mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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