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Mineral Photographyfluorescent/halogen overlays in photos - can do?

26th Dec 2018 03:26 GMTTony Peterson Expert

I have a couple of microphoto UV fluorescent shots, with the corresponding halogen lighting pic, that would best be presented as an overlay controlled by the viewer. I have written html code for doing this sort of thing on my astrophoto website (mouseover the pic to see the overlay in action) and wonder if Jolyon has made this possible on Mindat. If so can't find it easily in the manual.

26th Dec 2018 08:31 GMTJolyon Ralph Founder

Not yet - but this has always been on my to-do list.



Mouseover isn't suitable as this doesn't work on mobile devices. But there will be another way to control this.
 
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