My thinking is that a parent folder's theme image will be the best theme image from its subfolders. It is unlikely that I will choose a theme image for Ayr, and then choose a theme image for Scotland that is a different image from the Ayr folder. I don't think that I would need an image selector.
Also, the image in the "set crop focus" window should have all image filters applied before it is displayed.
I have selected an image that is crooked, and I have straightened it. The thumbnail in the explore window shows the straightened image. When I drag this into the Set crop focus window, the straightened image is shown briefly and then it reverts to the original crooked image. This makes it impossible to set the crop focus accurately. The resultant theme image in the album is crooked; the image filters have not been applied.
Edited by: ctwist on 29-Jul-2019 12:45