Problems to display rightly some files in preview & view

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TGB_72
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Problems to display rightly some files in preview & view

Post by TGB_72 » Tue Jan 30, 2007 9:14 pm

Xnview doesn't keep the aspect ratio of some image files in the preview pane, otherwise when I clic in these image files Xnview cannot dispplay the file rightly

Aspect ratio problem in preview
Image

Display problem in viewer after clic on the image above
Image

Image properties:
Format: JPG trucolor (v1.1)
Width: 640
Heigth: 480
# of bits: 24
DPI: 26x20
Compression: JPG

This didn't happen in previous versions of xnview, otherwise I open the image with irfanview and it is displayed perfectly. Hope you can fix it.

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Re: Problems to display rightly some files in preview &

Post by xnview » Wed Jan 31, 2007 7:39 am

TGB_72 wrote:Xnview doesn't keep the aspect ratio of some image files in the preview pane, otherwise when I clic in these image files Xnview cannot dispplay the file rightly

Aspect ratio problem in preview
Could you send me the file?
Display problem in viewer after clic on the image above
Strange, with a clean .ini?
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Post by TGB_72 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 12:54 pm

Thanks for reply, sorry I forgot to upload the pic, here it's another one with the same problem:

Image

Image properties:
Format: JPG trucolor (v1.1)
Width: 640
Heigth: 480
# of bits: 24
Colour model: RGB
DPI: 26x20
Compression: JPG

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Post by xnview » Wed Jan 31, 2007 1:52 pm

TGB_72 wrote:Thanks for reply, sorry I forgot to upload the pic, here it's another one with the same problem:
Ok, i can reproduce the problem, i'll fix it for a 1.90.1
It's with view/High zoom/reduce
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Post by xnview » Wed Jan 31, 2007 2:05 pm

No, the problem is that your file has different DPI for W and H.
And there is a problem between view/High zoom/reduce & General/Adjust zoom if X/Y dpi...
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Post by TGB_72 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 4:15 pm

I was wrong when I said that this issue wasn't present in previous versions, I thought it wasn't but now that I installed v1.80.3 I realize that it was there.
I'll wait for a fix in next 1.90.1 if it's possible, thanks in advance and best regards.

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Post by TGB_72 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 5:21 pm

No, I wasn't wrong, the issue wasn't in v1.80.3 I just forgot to delete the ini that left the latest version. Here is how it looks the pic with v1.80.3

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Post by Olivier_G » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:09 am

Uncheck Options>General>Operations>'Adjust zoom if X/Y DPI are different' and see if the images display correctly afterwards.
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Post by TGB_72 » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:47 pm

Yes, now XnView display the image perfectly, thanks a lot Oliver_G.

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