Author Topic: remember settings in shell tool  (Read 5180 times)

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rodney holland

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remember settings in shell tool
« on: December 26, 2014, 07:56:21 AM »
When executing a shell tool operation like page rotation it would be nice if the setting was remembered i.e. -90.  Often the same operation needs to be repeated and it saves clicks to not have to go to the drop down box each time.



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Re: remember settings in shell tool
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2014, 07:33:37 PM »
Must of the tools already have this behavior, but the rotate pages tool, indeed, always load with the default settings.
I suppose it could be helpful, so I've now implemented it. To go public in the next release.
Thanks for mentioning the need. ;)

Thinking about this makes me wonder if the functionality of saving tools settings, in order to execute the related tool directly from a respective shell context menu item, would be also useful?
Let's say you usually rotate pages by -90 degrees. It would be possible to create a menu item, named .e.g. "Rotate pages by -90 degrees", that would show in the shell context menu to immediately (or not) execute the rotate page tool with these saved settings.