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  1.    #140

    We need to see more of this everywhere, for files, folders, drives, EVERYTHING!

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    K, I've been pickin away at this Sets feature for about a week now; it's gettin there!

    I've sent more Feedback in the past 6 days than I have in the past 6 months!

    I will now leave it in the capable hands of MS...... (did I just say that!?!?!?)
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       #141

    Edwin said: View Post
    Photos supports multiple instances! Great!
    Yeah, I commented about that some time ago:
    Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Skip Ahead Build 17627 - Mar. 21
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    But each successive instance won't go to the Tab Bar, you have to drag them all there manually!!!
    If you right click on the images or videos and choose "open with... Photos" (inside the app) each image opens in a different tab, I'm sure that at some point the application will update and add the option "open in a new tab" in all images and videos.
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  3.    #142

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    ...If you right click on the images or videos and choose "open with... Photos" (inside the app) each image opens in a different tab, I'm sure that at some point the application will update and add the option "open in a new tab" in all images and videos.
    Nice find!
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  4.    #143

    Anybody notice, if you're viewing a bunch of images on your Desktop in Windows Photo Viewer by way of 'View Next' buttons, Windows Photo Viewer will show them in Grid order, while the Photos App will show them in alpha-numeric order!?
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       #144

    If you want each folder to open in a separate tab without using the context menu or by holding down the control key, you simply have to check the option "open each folder in its own windows"
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    From then on, when you click on each folder (or double click, if you have choose that option), it will open in a new tab, I don't know if it is very useful for others, but it is a "trick" that I wanted to comment on.
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  6.    #145

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    If you want each folder to open in a separate tab without using the context menu or by holding down the control key, you simply have to check the option "open each folder in its own windows"
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    From then on, when you click on each folder (or double click, if you have choose that option), it will open in a new tab, I don't know if it is very useful for others, but it is a "trick" that I wanted to comment on.
    Doesn't work here!
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    Edwin said: View Post
    Doesn't work here!
    Strange, it works for me...
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  8.    #147

    CallMeSteven said: View Post
    That cannot be correct as Sets worked as soon as I updated however after two reboots, Sets disappeared and have not come back! (Tried this twice via a backup, same thing happened)
    Possible I misunderstood her comment. Here it is in full:
    Sets is running as an experiment, which means the correct config needs to be downloaded on to your PC for it to be visible. Once the config is downloaded, after rebooting Sets will appear
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  9.    #148

    Here's a minor annoyance with Sets:

    If you have a window of Sets opened maximized, the UWP apps render a fuller Tab Bar while Win32 apps paint a tiny frame across the top;

    on UWP Tabs without the frame, you can invoke the tab anywhere on it, even if your cursor is tight against the top edge of your screen, with the Win 32 tabs you cannot, you have to pull your cursor down a bit.

    Not a biggie but I like those apps where you can slam your cursor hard against the top bezel and wheel-click to close stuff instead of trying to 'bullseye' the little red X!

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       #149

    steupz said: View Post
    Possible I misunderstood her comment. Here it is in full:
    Thanks @stepupz. Solved for now Enable Sets Manually in Windows 10 RS5 builds Solved - Windows 10 Forums

    Hopefully the next build will work without playing around, but it's all part of the fun of testing these builds
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