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10-08-2015, 03:09 AM   #1
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In body deleting image when zoomed in

I know this has been discussed before. But is there any workaround to this?
I am trying to delete image when zoomed in from the body itself. But, the delete button just takes the zoom to x1 and I have to press Delete again to delete the image.
What I would like to happen is the delete image prompt comes up immediately and pressing delete would still keep the zoom factor for the next image also.
Is there a way one could send a request to add this feature to the next firmware (if it comes to K5iis)? Thanks

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