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Derrill [Avatar]
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What is represented in the x/- box in the upper left corner of a photo shown in the panel view browser?

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optodata
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It's hard to answer because you posted in the PhotoDirector forum but your title says "PowerDirector." (now corrected - Mod) Maybe a screenshot would help.

Use Alt Print Screen or the Windows snipping tool (Win+Shift+S) if you have Win10 then save the image as PNG or JPG. Click on the Attachments button below the forum's text box to upload and share it here.

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Hello Derrill,

Welcome to the PhotoDirector forum laughing

If you're referring to this symbol , it simply indictaes that the image has been cropped in PhD.




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Derrill [Avatar]
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Thanks for your quick responses!
Sorry for the confusion stating PhotoDirector and PowerDirector. (true newbie)
The "cropped notation" was exactly what I was curious about. Again thanks for the explanation!
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