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    Posted: February 21 2012 at 12:42am
After creating a series of locations in a presentation by simply navigating and clicking Add location button, I want to change their position or replace a location. 
It would be good if we could :
Step through each location manually (not during playback)
Delete that location
Insert a new location
 
With the current tools, all the locations are called "Location" and its hard to tell which one to delete or where to insert a new one without trial and error.
Georgie Cassar
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reported to wish-list. Thanks for the feedback
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Georgie,
Rethinking this, you can do the following.
1. In the presentation editor double-click the item you wish to update. The camera jumps to the position.
2. Use the navigation tools to reposition the camera in the updated location.
3. In the presentation editor right-click the selected location (the one you have clicked before), and select Update location.
Is this what you have in mind?
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Yes that is what I wanted to do,  Just couldn't work out how.  ( I need to right click on the step number to get the contect menu, not the step name)  Thanks for looking into it Big smile.
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