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Q about Stacking workflow

New Here ,
May 07, 2020

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When stacking multiple images where the best image is not the 1st in order, I find my current process steps annoyingly slow.  What I'm doing is as follows:

1.  select all images for the stack

2.  right click;  select STACKING;  then select GROUP INTO STACK

3.  open the stack by clicking on the bar on the left of the image

4.  select the image I want on top;  right click;  select MOVE TO TOP OF STACK

5.  close the stack

 

I'm hoping there is a more efficient way. 

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Q about Stacking workflow

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May 07, 2020

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When stacking multiple images where the best image is not the 1st in order, I find my current process steps annoyingly slow.  What I'm doing is as follows:

1.  select all images for the stack

2.  right click;  select STACKING;  then select GROUP INTO STACK

3.  open the stack by clicking on the bar on the left of the image

4.  select the image I want on top;  right click;  select MOVE TO TOP OF STACK

5.  close the stack

 

I'm hoping there is a more efficient way. 

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LEGEND ,
May 07, 2020

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In the Library Grid view, before you have done any stacking, click on the photo you want to be at the top of the stack, then Ctrl-Clik on the rest of the photos in the stack, then Ctrl-G to create the stack.

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LEGEND ,
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To add to DJ's reply you can save a bunch of clicks if you have several photos in a row by

 

1.  Click the first and then Shift Click the last to select them all

2.  Click the photo, not the border of the one you want on top.  This makes it the most selected but leaves the others selected

3. Ctl-G

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