Hotkeys / Shortcuts Requests

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Postby Dreamer » Thu Jun 23, 2005 11:42 pm

New "already implemented" hotkeys / shortcuts in version 1.80.

- Zoom in/out in viewer and fullscreen - RMB+Wheel, LMB+Wheel
- Lock Zoom - RMB+MMB, LMB+MMB
- Reset size and position - RMB+LBM, LMB+RMB

- Compare - Shift+C, Ctrl+F10
- Generate File Listing - Shift+L, Ctrl+M

- Open - System - F3
- Edit - System - F4
- Full Screen - change from Ctrl+F to F
- Search - change from F3 to Ctrl+F
- Go to fullscreen (also from the browser with F11 only) - F and F11
- Toggle views - F9

- Options - F12
- Slideshow start/stop - Space, Pause
- Create new folder - F7
- Add Text... - Shift+T
- Canvas size - Shift+C
- Automatic crop - Shift+Y
- Properties - Alt+Enter
- Red Eye Correction - change from Alt+E to Ctrl+E
- Rotate - Shift+L/R
- Flip - Shift+H/V
- Lossless Rotate - Ctrl+Shift+L/R
- Lossless Flip - Ctrl+Shift+H/V
- Save As - Ctrl+Shift+S
- Show/Hide Status Bar - Ctrl+Shift+B
- Switch the Tabs - Ctrl+Tab, F8, Ctrl+Shift+Tab, Shift+F8


Thank you Pierre, again!
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Postby Dreamer » Sun Jun 26, 2005 3:55 pm

Edit:

- Batch Rename - add Shift+N also if no file is selected (and maybe also if one or more folders are selected, include all files in these folders then)
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Postby docko_docko » Mon Jun 27, 2005 6:51 am

Dreamer wrote:New "already implemented" hotkeys / shortcuts in version 1.80.
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- Slideshow start/stop - Space, Pause
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hi to all
one simple question:
- how can I change Space to be a Next Image...?!?
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Postby Dreamer » Mon Jun 27, 2005 4:22 pm

docko_docko wrote: - how can I change Space to be a Next Image...?!?
10x

It's not possible in 1.80.
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Postby Clo » Mon Jun 27, 2005 4:39 pm

:) Hi !
- Tool requested HERE :wink:

:mrgreen: KR
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Postby Dreamer » Mon Jun 27, 2005 5:08 pm

Edit:

- Show/Hide Folder Tabs - Ctrl+Shift+M (or Ctrl+Shift+W but it's reserved for "Fit Image to Window")
- Attach Images ('Panorama') - Shift+A
- Create Multi-Page - Shift+M

See the complete, fully updated list of all hotkeys / shortcuts requests in the first post of this thread.
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Postby marsh » Tue Jul 26, 2005 12:10 pm

Keyboard shortcut for jpg lossless crop would be useful. It is the only toolbar button I use.
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Postby Dreamer » Tue Jul 26, 2005 5:12 pm

marsh wrote:Keyboard shortcut for jpg lossless crop would be useful. It is the only toolbar button I use.

OK, I'll add it to the list in my first post.

Any suggestion? Ctrl+Shift+Y? (Please check "Key Combinations" in Help first)

Current "crop" shortcuts:

Crop - Ctrl+Y
Automatic crop - Shift+Y

Another "lossless" shortcuts:

Rotate -90 Shift+L
Rotate 90 Shift+R
Rotate -90 lossless (jpeg) Ctrl+Shift+L
Rotate 90 lossless (jpeg) Ctrl+Shift+R
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Postby marsh » Tue Jul 26, 2005 5:23 pm

Dreamer wrote:Any suggestion? Ctrl+Shift+Y? (Please check "Key Combinations" in Help first)

That would be good. The key combination looks available (according to list). Currently <ctrl+shift+y> and <ctrl+y> are both used for standard crop.
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Postby Dreamer » Wed Jul 27, 2005 12:08 am

Currently <ctrl+shift+y> and <ctrl+y> are both used for standard crop.

You mean <shift+y> ? :?

OK, I'll add "Lossless crop - Ctrl+Shift+Y".
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Postby ch3n3 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 7:52 pm

Hello,

I would appreciate a HotKey regarding the Cache (Optimize / Rebuild )...

( I haven't seen something about that in "the Help" (Miscellaneous / Key Combinations ))

[Shift]+[F5] could be a good idea !? ([Shift] or [Ctrl] or [Alt], for me, that doesn't matter (but with [F5] please !)

What do you think about ?

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Postby Dreamer » Thu Jul 28, 2005 12:07 am

ch3n3 wrote:I would appreciate a HotKey regarding the Cache (Optimize / Rebuild )...

OK, but what you want, Optimize or Rebuild? :?

I think there is no Rebuild option there, just enable, disable and optimize.

I think such option (Optimize cache and maybe also Enable/disable cahce) should be also in menu, you could create new topic for that (item in menu and shortcut), I could add a shortcut to this list too, of course.
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Postby ch3n3 » Thu Jul 28, 2005 7:35 am

Hello,

For me it's "Optimize" (the same function we already have in : "Options" / "Browser" / "Cache" -> [Optimize])

I often use this feature because when we modify pictures the thumbnails seem to "rebuilt" themselves on each folder access... The solution is to "Optimize" the Cache...

...And I would appreciated a HotKey that would facilitate this process ;-)


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Postby Dreamer » Thu Jul 28, 2005 6:49 pm

OK, so you want shortcut for just one option, right?

I'll add this to my request list:

Optimize Cache - Shift+O and Shift+F5
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Postby Danny » Tue Nov 15, 2005 3:07 pm

Here's one of mine:

The possibility to use the middle mouse button to close a tab by clicking on the picture and not the just tab itself.
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