So today I went to run the erstwhileICE to stitch a pano from last evening. - All very so far.
I got an encouraging message saying there was a new version and would I like to UPDATE?
Well, I did - along with some new C++ libraries..., etc, etc...
Go to use it - -?? I cannot save a full size version of the pano - no bigger than about 1/4 original size.
Hmm! This reminds me of the old Hugin I have on another machine, I thought. Also like Hugin, ICE now let me muck around with
lots of new projections. But it gave me a clipped image, so I could not get the whole of the edges into the frame.
RESULT: After about 1/2 an hour of trying this and trying that - and let me say I'm no newbie to stitchware - I DITCHED IT
and reinstalled the version I had before (last one).
TO BOOT, I said to myself, I'll go and get the LATEST 64-bit Hugin. So I did, tried it for about 1/2 an hour, found it to have
REGRESSED MIGHTILY in the intuitiveness of the interface, and .... well, so far I have only ROUNDLY IGNORED it. Maybe I will
ditch it too and look for an earlier (?32 bit) version.
Epilog: Heck! Talk about progress! - Because that's about ALL we will ever be able to do, and remember when it actually meant
That's it. Any ideas/opinions/insights/commiserations will be greatly accepted.
Am(feeling like ).