[2.22] Creating PDF with non-std filenames

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[2.22] Creating PDF with non-std filenames

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Hello.

Some days ago while creating a PDF file some of the source JPEG filenames had got Spanish characters in them. They were 10 source files. The resulting PDF file was 7 pages only. XnView had just skipped those 3 files with special characters in its filename (vowels with "tilde" - á é í ó ú). Is this a known issue? is it an Unicode issue?
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i think that your files use unicode
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eL_PuSHeR wrote:Some days ago while creating a PDF file some of the source JPEG filenames had got Spanish characters in them. There were 10 source files. The resulting PDF file was 7 pages only.
xnview wrote:i think that your files use unicode
There is an open request to add multi-page PDF output as a batch convertion option in XnViewMP and XnConvert, which support Unicode and are also cross-platform... :D
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Thanks for the replies, gentlemen. Yes I am aware XnViewMP supports Unicode, but I will stick to XnView classic until the MP version is mature.
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eL_PuSHeR wrote:... I am aware XnViewMP supports Unicode, but I will stick to XnView classic until the MP version is mature.
Well, when output to a multi-page PDF is added to XnViewMP you could use it to create your PDFs with Spanish characters, and continue using XnView 'Classic' for everything else...
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cday wrote:
eL_PuSHeR wrote:... I am aware XnViewMP supports Unicode, but I will stick to XnView classic until the MP version is mature.
Well, when output to a multi-page PDF is added to XnViewMP you could use it to create your PDFs with Spanish characters, and continue using XnView 'Classic' for everything else...
MultiPage create exists in XnViewMP 0.68
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xnview wrote:MultiPage create exists in XnViewMP 0.68
Not for single image files to a multipage PDF output file, or am I missing something?

In Batch convert?
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Single image input files to a multi-page output file was part of m.Th's recent request.

If not currently supported that would be a very useful addition...
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oh ok, not yet in batch convert
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xnview wrote:oh ok, not yet in batch convert
And no equivalent in XnViewMP to XnView Classic's Tools > Multipage file > Create either?

So currently no way to create a multipage file from files with Unicode characters in XnView or XnViewMP... :(
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cday wrote:
xnview wrote:oh ok, not yet in batch convert
And no equivalent in XnViewMP to XnView Classic's Tools > Multipage file > Create either?
no you have it Create>Multipage file
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xnview wrote:you have it Create>Multipage file
In XnView Classic? Sure, but not to create from files with Unicode characters... :(

In XnViewMP?
XnViewMP 0.68 Tools_menu.png
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Not in the Tools menu, and I don't see it anywhere else...
cday wrote:So currently no way to create a multipage file from files with Unicode characters in XnView or XnViewMP... :(
Someone please tell me if I'm missing something... :?:
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in browser menu :)
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xnview wrote:in browser menu :)
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Thanks! :D

In XnViewMP and XnView Classic in the browser menu (which does seem logical... :wink: ) but in XnViewMP not also in the editor.

So eL_PuSHeR could use XnViewMP now to create multi-page PDF files from images with Spanish characters in the file names, and continue using XnView Classic for everything else...
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I think it's easier to rename those filenames first, instead of using two software.
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