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7.3. Active image Area

Figure 13.174. Current image in the toolbox

Current image in the toolbox

A thumbnail of the active image can be displayed in this area if the “Display Active Image” option is checked in Preferences/Toolbox. If you click on this thumbnail, the “Images” dialog is opened, useful if you have many images on your screen. You can also click and drag this thumbnail to an enabled XDS[4] file manager to directly save the corresponding image; this opens a dialog where you can enter a name for the image:

Figure 13.175. A Direct Save Protocol (XDS) dialog

A Direct Save Protocol (XDS) dialog



[4] See [XDS].


 
 
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