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  • Crop and Straighten: CS question

    Has anyone tried this feature in CS yet? I have tried it on couple poorly aligned shots and it crops, but I don't see alot of straightening going on.


  • #2
    I haven't tried it, but the helpfile says it is intended for use when scanning multiple images at once (which goes counter to good scanning practice).
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    • #3
      Ahhh, okay...

      That's a use for it that I haven't tried. Thanks!



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