iNMR news #102

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GB, author of iNMR

Nov 18, 2015, 10:38:27 AM11/18/15
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Version 5.4.8 has been released. The main new thing is that now you can undo almost all kind of processing. It's not really a new function, just a shortcut. iNMR will perform the command "Reload", then repeat all the processing commands but the last one. Being a shortcut, it is safe. It resembles an undo command, but the effects can be different. For example, if you have changed a parameter, the change persists after "undo". To restore the old processing parameters you can either reopen the corresponding dialog (and type the values) or "Revert to Saved", in case the values had already been saved.
If you select Undo again, iNMR will actually perform a Redo. Yes, it's counter-intuitive, but handy. Let's say, for example, that you want to compare a 2-D plot before and after symmetrization. Symmetrize, then Press cmd-Z how many times you like.
Another limit is that you cannot undo more than a command.
A very important (and superior) alternative is the command Reload. Reload is more flexible, Undo faster. They are both numerically safe, because they restart from raw data every time.

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