I now find that I want to trust it, but when I take out my phone and start scanning, I often find that I needed to back up, and after the four steps of the first page hit auto.
If you (option 1) make the feature sticky, then i would have the opposite problem of needing to get fine controls when I need to micromanage the corners on object (which isn't as bad as the current situation).
If you (option 2) make it sticky in settings, you have the reverse problem as above, but it's hard to change the choice (not recommended).
If you (option 3) added a fourth button (same as multiple page button) when approving the first image in the set, that lets the rest of the capture proceed as multiple page capture, you get the best of both worlds. This option is essentially "make the rest fast capture" (which is what I would have meant anyway).
They should be rectangular, and in the orientation of the phone to better tell what's going on.
I needed to experiment to figure out how this feature works. Good feature. Needs better iconography.
But since my sensors are not working well, I cannot tell how the UI should respond.
- "Landscape" mode. I have a bunch of photos of things that are naturally best viewed in "landscape" I understand that you might not want to just use the Landscape mode from the OS. I suggest that you have your own "Screen Rotation" checkbox. If checked, and if the screen is rotated, this changes nothing unless looking at an individual page. If looking at an individual page, it rotates the page image to landscape if in landscape orientation, and in portrait if upright. the image is assumed to be upright as taken in portrait mode.
Swiping would then go left/right, rather than top bottom.
This will allow for more natural viewing of landscape images in both orientations, while leaving everything else as is.
When I invite someone to collaborate, and select their name (either by recent contacts -- nice feature, btw, or typing in their name, then mistakenly hit the "back" button, ask me before discarding those names. It took me a while to get used to the way that works and the "Cancel?" question will both help people learn faster and reduce frustration.
Sometimes comments are just to me. Sometimes I want to make comments THEN share them with others.
- First, when taking many photos of documents freehand, I like to either hold the phablet with one hand. I would naturally want to hit the take photo button with my thumb, but you have the button in the middle bottom of the screen. It should be on the right side of the screen (for right hand people) to allow the image to be snapped easily single handed. This would still be helpful for two handed operation, because I like to hold the phone by the ends, and I'm still struggling to use that thumb to perform the snap.
There should be a "Left-handed" check box in the settings to support the 10 million users who are left-handed.
The way this would work is that under a given tag, when there are currently two buttons, Camera and get from gallery. I suggest you add a third, which is "Invite". It would appear to work just as the current share does, except it would share all items under that tag.
Thanks for considering it, and I hope you will consider it again in the future.
I think this is the single best idea I've seen for how to promote and encourage additional use however, for whatever my opinion is worth.
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