Peter2 wrote:IMHO "Cancel" should cancels the currently done settings, not the app.
Example:you have started to change some settings and then you decide to use the defaults - what to do? You press "Cancel", the dialogue will be cancelled and the software continues ...
If I have started to change some settings, it means XnView already has some settings and stores them in .ini file or registry. If I just want to change existing, I rather go to Options (F12), because there is no menu command or command line parameter which would force XnView to show this Configuration Wizard again if settings already do exist. Configuration Wizard is displayed only at first start while there's no trails left by XnView in system yet, so I'd have to delete my existing configuration first.
But if the meaning of "Cancel" in this window is to apply defaults, then it should have according label. Can you guarantee that pressing "Cancel" always uses the same set of options and ignores any changes made in Wizard's window? I don't want to experiment myself, so you might become a pioneer.