You can send an email to <!-- removed //--> or register and use the mail feature of newsgroup.Anonymous wrote:Sure,
How? Should I send to a particular email?
XnView for MacOSX (with X11 server) is available.patio wrote:Cool! If it's ready please let me know, I'll be one of the first to use it!xnview wrote: Perhaps the next release for un*x will be available too for MacOS X!
Could you send me a sample, please?croz wrote:I cannot get XnView to correctly read 16bit unsigned FITs files (as produced by the Starlight Express cameras). ...
DivX video will be soon viewable in XnView!Doug Brooks wrote:I have just started using this great program. Is it possible to add new codecs to it? Specifically, I would like it to view Divx video. If it is possible, how do I do it? Thanks
Fixed in 1.68.1mike wrote:It appears that XnView does not correctly display DPX files with the following header values:
Image element descriptor: 100 (Cb,Y,Cr - 4:2:2 SMPTE 125M)
Component Data packing: 1 Filled to 32-bit words
Bit depth: 10.
Files are big endian.
I have sample file if needed.
Yes, i know this problem. I'll work to improve it!BreakfastMan wrote:... Images sized to fit the screen look really bad unless "High zoom quality" is turned on, but if High zoom quality is on program is slower than molasses. ... Here is my suggestion....
You can use nconvert -o folder/%.png -out png *.jpgLudo wrote:Is there a way to write te converted image into a subdirectory or into another directory (Xnview allows that) ?
C'est un bug.Albator V wrote:Ptite chose assez génante...
lorsque l'on met la couleur de fond de l'arriere plan en noir, le nom des dossiers n'est plus lisible (puisqu'il est noir aussi)