Keyboard shortcuts or hardware controls for livestack

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LaCasaCorp
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Keyboard shortcuts or hardware controls for livestack

Post by LaCasaCorp »

I think would be very useful to be able to map controls (especially the histogram and color balance controls during live stacking) to programmable keys on the keyboard. this could be expanded to joypads or even to something like the "palette" for Adobe products... For EAA would be so nice to change the histogram without fiddling with the mouse...

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i'm sorry if something like that already exists and i was not aware of it
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts or hardware controls for livestack

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please have a look at this thread:
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=688

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Re: Keyboard shortcuts or hardware controls for livestack

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A forum search for 'keyboard shortcuts' returns 22 matches.

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Re: Keyboard shortcuts or hardware controls for livestack

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yes, but none of those topics are covering the histogram and the color balance for live stack... Sharpcap is a spectacular tool for EAA, but the control of the histogram on the livestack should be really mapped to the keyboard for ease of use

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Post by admin »

Thanks for the suggestion - I will consider how to best move towards having more keyboard shortcuts in the future.

What I want to avoid is having so many random keyboard shortcuts that you need sticky labels on the keys to remember what they are - or something like this...

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cheers,

Robin

PS - anyone else remember Elite on the ZX Spectrum?
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