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How can I tell that an optics module has been associated with my images?

An optics module status icon is displayed on the thumbnails of your images. Here's what they mean.

If you see either of the green icons, Capture d’écran 2012-06-12 à 3.29.06 PM.jpg or Capture d’écran 2012-06-12 à 3.37.48 PM.jpg , it means that a module has been associated with the image.

The green question mark icon, Capture d’écran 2012-06-12 à 3.37.48 PM.jpg, it means that several installed modules correspond to the images that you want to process. This situation is called an optics module ambiguity.

To fix it: Click on the icon to open the ambiguity resolution window. If one of the modules that has caused the ambiguity is no longer useful to you, you may uninstall it.

 

If you see the red "down arrow" icon, Capture d’écran 2012-06-12 à 3.38.40 PM.jpg, it means that a module has been identified for the image but needs to be downloaded.

How to fix it: Click on the icon to open the download window.

If you see the gray dot icon, Capture d’écran 2012-06-12 à 3.29.25 PM.jpg , it means that no module was able to be associated with the image. While OpticsPro cannot automatically correct for optical defects, you can still use the other sliders to manually process your image.

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