"Must fixes" for next release

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"Must fixes" for next release

Postby helmut » Fri Aug 12, 2005 7:23 pm

There's more and more XnView users and more and more specific bugs are found and reported. This is very good, much appreciated and helps to improve XnView's quality!

With all the defects reported it's important that the serious issues which limit functionality are fixed with high priority.

Indicators for "must fixes":
- General Protection fault (GPF)
- Memory leak
- Important funcationality cannot be used at all.
- The users' images are endangered (changed, deleted, ...)

If you think that a bug is very serious and a must fix, simply place a post here and with a link to the original post. If it is not obvious why your defect is a "must fix", please provide some explanation.

Please do NOT report new bugs as reply to this topic, instead please start a new topic.

Thank you and Greetings,

Pierre / Helmut
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Xnview browser crashes in Win 95 (all versions after 1.82.4)

Postby Lightspeed » Sat Jun 16, 2007 5:06 pm

I think this bug was first reported here:

viewtopic.php?t=11744

I understand that this is probably not a high priority since few people still use Windows 95. I'm just wondering if the intention still exists to eventually fix this, or if W95 users should consider 1.82.4 as the last working version for them. If so, perhaps it should be noted on your download page. I know 1.82.4 is still available from your server at:

http://download2.xnview.com/old_version ... %201.82.4/

Long live XnView :)

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Re: Xnview browser crashes in Win 95 (all versions after 1.8

Postby helmut » Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:25 pm

Lightspeed wrote:I think this bug was first reported here:

viewtopic.php?t=11744

I understand that this is probably not a high priority since few people still use Windows 95. I'm just wondering if the intention still exists to eventually fix this, or if W95 users should consider 1.82.4 as the last working version for them. If so, perhaps it should be noted on your download page. I know 1.82.4 is still available from your server at:

http://download2.xnview.com/old_version ... %201.82.4/

Long live XnView :)

Yes, very good point. Thanks for focusing us and Pierre on the Win 95 issue, Lightspeed.

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Screen Capture?

Postby Guest » Sat May 31, 2008 2:05 pm

This may not be a bug, but an improvement in Screen Capture functionality... to allow capturing portion of the screen, not the entire screen or windows.

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Postby Dreamer » Wed Oct 15, 2008 10:05 pm

Path info saved in ini file even if history is disabled

Perhaps it doesn't look so important, but it's very annoying if more users are using the same computer / account...
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Postby ckit » Sun Nov 09, 2008 3:13 am

File Associations do NOT work with Vista SP1 x64 and have to be fixed!
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Long-drink bug---

Postby Clo » Sun Nov 09, 2008 6:05 am

:arrow: All

Helmut wrote
… Important funcationality cannot be used at all.

• It's the case with a bug when copying on a 32 BPP PNG and some others.
That bug has been reported prior in a JohnFredC's friend thread HERE, then in a French thread I started
in which the last today message shows that it isn't fixed yet in 1.95.3; that can be seen on this IMAGE
(comments are translated on) of a clipboard viewer…

• I can't use XnView anymore for copy, that's very annoying. The only workaround is to paste in M$ Paint,
then copy in it and paste in the GFIE or else, as long as there is no transparency,
because Paint ignores it and thus it's black

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Cannot copy file from Gimp to XnView

Postby RickS » Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:38 pm

viewtopic.php?t=16151

This is a "must fix" for any of us that want to copy a file from Gimp to take advantage of XnView's ability to launch Adobe Photoshop plugins (something in which Gimp is woefully inadequate). There was no problem doing this through v.1.94.2.

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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby Dreamer » Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:08 am

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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby Tpau » Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:40 am

Regarding latest XnViewMediaDetector

please see: viewtopic.php?f=36&t=17870

Regarding latest Xnview:
Check freeing of system ressources after closing fullscreen images directly to the thumnails - when repeating that procedure there's a multitude of fake MDI-system-controls (min,max,close) loaded - obviously left-overs from previous full-screen display (just one image allowed mode).

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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby xnview » Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:23 pm

Tpau wrote:Check freeing of system ressources after closing fullscreen images directly to the thumnails - when repeating that procedure there's a multitude of fake MDI-system-controls (min,max,close) loaded - obviously left-overs from previous full-screen display (just one image allowed mode).

?? Which OS do you have?
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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby Tpau » Sun Jun 21, 2009 5:33 am

xnview wrote:
Tpau wrote:Check freeing of system ressources after closing fullscreen images directly to the thumnails - when repeating that procedure there's a multitude of fake MDI-system-controls (min,max,close) loaded - obviously left-overs from previous full-screen display (just one image allowed mode).

?? Which OS do you have?


W2k with all possible updates

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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby xnview » Sun Jun 21, 2009 11:46 am

Tpau wrote:
xnview wrote:
Tpau wrote:Check freeing of system ressources after closing fullscreen images directly to the thumnails - when repeating that procedure there's a multitude of fake MDI-system-controls (min,max,close) loaded - obviously left-overs from previous full-screen display (just one image allowed mode).

?? Which OS do you have?


W2k with all possible updates

I can't reproduce
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Re: "Must fixes" for next release

Postby Tpau » Sun Jun 21, 2009 9:20 pm

xnview wrote:I can't reproduce

Ok - but I can reproduce it:
start with selecting a large image in thumbs view - doubleclick -> fullscreen display (OK so far)
doubleclick on image - single image is shown (instead of thumbs only view like when using "enter"!)
doubleclick again - thumbs are shown again
doubleclick another image -> opens in fullscreen
doubleclick on image -> single image with window controls is shown, controls are duplicated

does not happen when: opening small images, could be related to sparse GDI ressources.
happened with 4000x3000 pixel images

XNview-Version: 1.96.1

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