Images Preferences  
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Menu:   Edit > Preferences > Images  

This tab of the Preferences
dialog box lets you adjust the general settings for working with images.

Undo/Redo stack
Allows you to specify the number of successive undo/redo commands available, to a maximum of 32 levels. Note that if you set the value to 0, the Undo and Redo commands will be unavailable, but the images will be processed a little faster.  
Default value: 8  

Drag-and-drop format

Lets you choose an image file format for drag-and-drop export. When you export images from ImageWarp by using drag-and-drop, other applications will receive image files of the selected type. If the format supports variable compression settings, they will be determined by the settings used in the last Save Image operation that utilized this format.  
Default value: original file format or TIFF  
Fit to screen
Select this check box if you want ImageWarp to automatically zoom down large images and fit them to the screen. If you leave this box unchecked, all images will be displayed in their real size with 100% zoom factor. Note that this option applies only to the images created with the New Image and Open Image commands. An output image created as a result of the execution of an image processing function will be assigned the zoom factor equal to the zoom factor of an input image.  
Default value: Enabled  

Prompt before closing
Select this check box to have ImageWarp prompt you before closing an image that has been modified since it was last saved. If you leave this box unchecked, ImageWarp will close a modified image without issuing any warning  
Default value: Enabled  

Output to the same frame

Select this check box if you want to output the resulting images of the image processing commands into the input frames. If you leave this box unchecked, the functional dialogs will set the Output parameter to the next available frame.  
Default value: Disabled  

Select this check box if you want image processing functions to modify the title of an image by adding a suffix corresponding to the script abbreviation of a function. For instance, if you open an image named "Sample jpg," apply the lowpass filter to it, and then threshold the result, the resulting images will receive the following titles in the order of appearance: "Sample," "Sample_lowpass," "Sample_threshold".  
If this box is unchecked, images will retain their original titles.  
Default value: Enabled