Catch O' The Day

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Postby XnTriq » Sun May 18, 2008 9:35 pm

Today's special: flickr

A full-text search for the term “xnview” reveals that there's a group dedicated to our favorite graphics viewer.
Currently it has 117 members and a pool of 433 items.

About XnView-ed wrote:It's a place to post images edited, modified or transformed using the FREE XnView program! It's available for use with a wide array of operating systems (including Mac and Linux...wow!)

It's EASY! Alls you gotta do is download the program, install it and run your images through the program (apply filters, adjust colors, etc.), and then post them in the group.

PLEASE include a description of what you did and how you did it with the aforementioned program, available using the link above, or below. I suppose a tag such as "xnview" wouldn't hurt, either.

“<5s” get to be “>5s” when you add more than 5 images to the group pool (just drop any group administrator a note when you do).

Salud.

P.S. The group is in no way affiliated or related with or to the XnView program creator(s). It was created as a way to appreciate their effort and generosity and to let more people to know about this program/project. 'Nuff said!

A few examples of jazamarripae's (group admin) photos tagged with “xnview”:
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Postby xnview » Mon May 19, 2008 6:55 am

Thanks XnTriq :-)
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Postby helmut » Mon May 19, 2008 6:37 pm

XnTriq wrote:Today's special: flickr

A full-text search for the term “xnview” reveals that there's a group dedicated to our favorite graphics viewer.
Currently it has 117 members and a pool of 433 items. ...

Cool stuff, XnTriq! 8) Perhaps this should also go to "Misc"?

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Postby XnTriq » Tue May 20, 2008 5:40 pm

xnview wrote:Thanks XnTriq :-)

Take it as a small ‘thank you’ for improving the way toolbar presets are managed.

helmut wrote:Cool stuff, XnTriq! 8) Perhaps this should also go to "Misc"?

Done :mrgreen:

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Postby XnTriq » Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:40 pm

Revver Video Sharing Network: XnView Tutorial – Bilder verkleinern by xmadstreetx (2008/May/14)
“Ein kleines Tutorial zu XnView (www.xnview.de, für Privatanwender kostenlos) – Bilder im Batch-Modus verkleinern”
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Postby XnTriq » Sun Jun 29, 2008 9:00 pm

Brooklyn Museum (Click! A Crowd-Curated Exhibition: Artist FAQ) wrote:How can I tell the pixel width and dpi of my image?

If you are using a Mac, open the image in the Preview application. Go to the Tools menu and choose Inspector; the image size and dpi will appear in the pop-up window.

If you are using a PC, we suggest downloading and installing XnView, a free application. Open the image within XnView, go to the Edit menu, and then Properties. The image size and dpi will appear in the pop-up window.

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Postby helmut » Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:41 am

XnTriq wrote:Google Trends: XnView vs. IrfanView

It's quite interesting to see the trend, again. XnView is quite constant. :-)

Other interesting trends:
XnView vs. ACDSee

XnView vs. FastStone

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Postby XnTriq » Fri Dec 26, 2008 12:30 am

Wikipedia (sK1 » Supported formats) wrote:In 2007 the sK1 team reverse-engineered the CDR format. The results and the first working snapshot of CDR importer were presented at Libre Graphics Meeting 2007 conference taking place in May 2007 in Montreal (Canada). Later on the team parsed the structure of other Corel formats with the help of CDR Explorer. Now sK1 has the best importer of CorelDRAW file formats among open source software.

sk1project.org (CDR Explorer) wrote:CDR Explorer is a research tool for CorelDraw file formats. It was used to create a CDR import filter for sK1 Editor and UniConvertor. This tool is written on Python and works under Linux, MacOS X and Win32. Preview works for all types of cdr, cdrx, cdt and cmx files.

SourceForge.net SCM Repository: UniConvertor » /formats/CDR/cdr_explorer/src/

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Postby XnTriq » Sat Dec 27, 2008 4:45 pm

Michael Garmahis: 10 image manipulations to do easier with XnView (03/Nov/2007)

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I've lavished praise upon XnView's unique Gammasat filter myself before.


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Photo HowTo: Duel – IrfanView vs. XnView (08/Mar/2008)

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