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  • Scrolling through image thumbnails in Manage view is very jaggy

    I'm using the latest version of ACDSee for Mac 5.1.130 and I'm on the late 2018 MacBook Pro with 16GB of RAM and VEGA 4GB graphics card and latest mac OS X Mojave 10.14.3

    I emptied the ACDsee database, I literally have 120 jpg and png pictures in the folder (no RAW) and scrolling is very jaggy. Funny enough, scrolling in the folder tree view on the left is silky smooth, yet scrolling through thumbnails in the right pane is very slow, rows jump like 50px up (or down depending on the direction of scrolling) at a time making the whole experience less than desirable. I even switched off "automatic graphics card switching" in System Preferences so I use the VEGA all the time and it still didn't help one bit.

    Anyone else experiencing similar symptoms?

  • #2
    Hi robaczek,

    Yes I have the same problem on my MacBook Pro and iMac, in my case it makes the Mac’s unusable. I have submitted a report and they tell me it’s caused by the Retina screen, there are also other uses associated with this. I have asked for my money back and have been told to be patient and eventually it will be fixed (in which century). The thing about this, the program should never have been released with such a major problem and it’s not mentioned in the bugs on their website.

    I’ve been using the Windows version since it’s first release purely to catalog my images and I run it on the Windows side of my Mac. It would be nice some day to just use the Mac version.

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    • #3
      That's disappointing but thank you for letting me know, at least I know I'm not alone experiencing this issue. Funny thing, somehow Apple has no problems displaying thumbnails in Finder window on Retina screen, one would assume everyone else should be able to use the same method or use GPU to accelerate it... I also am using PC version, I have been using it since ACDSee 95 in 1997 so am also disappointed about the problems the Mac version.

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      • #4
        Hi robaczek and harpo,

        Thank you for your feedback. We're currently investigating this issue. May I ask two questions:

        1) In System Preferences > Displays > Color, what Color Profile are you using?
        2) If you temporarily switch to sRGB, is there any change in ACDSee scrolling behaviour?

        Regards,
        David

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        • #5
          Hi David,

          My settings are Adobe RGB (1998), using sRGB IEC61966-2.1 it scrolls normally. The scrolling effect is worse on the iMac then the MacBook.

          I have transfer my database from the windows version with great success, one other problem and again in Manage Mode/Categories, when I highlight a thumbnail which has been embedded it doesn't highlight any of the categories I have chosen.

          It would also be nice for the thumbnails to be grouped showing the date taken like the windows version.

          Kind Regards,

          John
          Last edited by harpo; 03-21-2019, 03:01 AM.

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          • #6
            Hi John,

            Thank you very much for the quick reply. I've reviewed your comments with all members of the product team and we are currently investigating.

            I have transfer my database from the windows version with great success, one other problem and again in Manage Mode/Categories, when I highlight a thumbnail which has been embedded it doesn't highlight any of the categories I have chosen.
            By design, embedded categories (and keywords and Tag) will not be read from the file just by viewing the thumbnail or selecting it. To read the embedded Categories, please try the following:

            1) In the application menu bar, go to Tools > Catalog Folders...
            2) Browse to the folder where the images are located.
            3) Ensure "Import ACDSee organizing information (categories, keywords, tagged)" is checked (by default, it is).
            4) Click the Catalog button.

            It would also be nice for the thumbnails to be grouped showing the date taken like the windows version.
            Although ACDSee Mac currently does not have a "Group By" feature in the file list, it is possible to "Sort by Date Taken".
            You can also select years, months, or days from the Organize Pane Calendar, and this will filter the file list to only show the applicable images.
            Note the Calendar also supports multi-selection via Command+click or Shift+click. So for example, if you wanted to see all cataloged images from 2019 and 2018, you can click 2019, then command+click 2018.


            Regards,
            David


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