[Decapod] Updated design for thumbnails (before and after image dewarp)

Jess Mitchell jessmitchell at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 16:24:28 UTC 2010

we probably need to tap on the shoulder of some IA folks to take a look at how their software handles this.  I think we want to be able to recapture the pair (left and right) and then let the user replace a 1/2...


On Jan 12, 2010, at 12:47 PM, Jonathan Hung wrote:

> The problem here is if the user deletes one of the pages from a spread, and then decides to add it back in later.
> This would produce a duplicate facing page since Decapod captures the full spread.
> The user can delete the duplicate manually, but they may forget (very likely if over multiple sessions).
> The software / UI can deal with this, but this requires the UI to somehow keep page associations and make the proper connections to recaptured pages.
> By dealing with pages as a pair and performing actions on that pair, it simplifies the interactions and the UI, but we'd lose the flexibility of working on a more atomic level.

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