How do I view all images in same directory using prev/next

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blueshrike
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How do I view all images in same directory using prev/next

Post by blueshrike » Thu Jul 02, 2015 4:18 pm

Hello, I've tried looking this up but just cannot seem to figure out how to do something very basic with XnView:

In Windows explorer I'd like to just double click a file, see it open with XnView (works great), then use the next/prev file function (which I assigned to the middle mouse wheel) to continue to view images in the same directory, similar to how acdsee functions.

The problem is that when I start viewing prev/next files it then brings up images from users\my name\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\randomletters, which are usually small graphics but not the ones from the directory I'm currently viewing or opened the image in... very frustrating.

Can anyone help?

Thanks very much,
Tyson

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Re: How do I view all images in same directory using prev/ne

Post by xnview » Fri Jul 03, 2015 8:32 am

with prev/next, you don't see the images from the folder of image??
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Re: How do I view all images in same directory using prev/next

Post by mike_c58 » Fri Dec 27, 2019 4:22 pm

Hi there.

I have the same problem with my smartphone in connection with Windows 10 (previously there were no problems with Windows 7):
I connect the smartphone to my computer and use Windows Explorer to go to the directory with the pictures.
After double-clicking on the first picture, this is shown to me normally, but I cannot continue browsing because the directory has changed.
XnView moves in the directory "C:\Users\"my name"\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\xxx\"
instead of in the image directory of the smartphone ("xxx" can change).
There you can only see the picture that I clicked on in the picture directory of the smartphone.

I'm afraid it's a problem with Windows 10, but only found this post on the Internet about the problem.

Hope someone can help ...

Regards, Mike

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