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XnView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby mk53 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:21 pm

Well, I'd like to run XnView on my new MB.
Is there a chance that there will be a version for it?

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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby xnview » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:57 pm

mk53 wrote:Well, I'd like to run XNView on my new MB.
Is there a chance that there will be a version for it?

Currently i work on a mac version
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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby mk53 » Mon Nov 05, 2007 9:13 pm

xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:Well, I'd like to run XNView on my new MB.
Is there a chance that there will be a version for it?

Currently i work on a mac version


Well I got it to run now. It's stable and speed is amazing. Best of what I've ever seen on my MAC so far. Worked through several hundred of pics with NO crash.

But: the colors are definitely wrong.

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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby xnview » Tue Nov 06, 2007 1:11 pm

mk53 wrote:But: the colors are definitely wrong.

Do you have the universal binary version?
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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby mk53 » Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:50 pm

xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:But: the colors are definitely wrong.

Do you have the universal binary version?

I do not know how I can tell these versions apart. The version that I have is one that I've downloaded from xnview.com some time ago and I have the MB since 26th of oct. Therefore I'm not so familiar with the tools and features of MacOS. If I remember correctly the version is something like 1.70??.
Before that I worked with Linux & WinXP. The pictures all appear to have too much of green (e.g. red is missing?). I can try to make screendumps if possible and upload them to some place and send the link if you wish.

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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby mk53 » Tue Nov 06, 2007 7:30 pm

mk53 wrote:
xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:But: the colors are definitely wrong.

Do you have the universal binary version?

I do not know how I can tell these versions apart. The version that I have is one that I've downloaded from xnview.com some time ago and I have the MB since 26th of oct. Therefore I'm not so familiar with the tools and features of MacOS. If I remember correctly the version is something like 1.70??.
Before that I worked with Linux & WinXP. The pictures all appear to have too much of green (e.g. red is missing?). I can try to make screendumps if possible and upload them to some place and send the link if you wish.

Well, back home again. Now I have access to my Mac and made 3 screendumps which I have uploaded.
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/LiveQuartz.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/real.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/xnview.png

Using the color palette of the app. LiveQuartz and drawing just one from the palette as shown in LiveQuarz.png. The result is in: real.png
Open this in xnview and you get xnview.png.

Hope this helps a little.

Viele Gruesse,

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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby xnview » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:00 am

mk53 wrote:
mk53 wrote:
xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:But: the colors are definitely wrong.

Do you have the universal binary version?

I do not know how I can tell these versions apart. The version that I have is one that I've downloaded from xnview.com some time ago and I have the MB since 26th of oct. Therefore I'm not so familiar with the tools and features of MacOS. If I remember correctly the version is something like 1.70??.
Before that I worked with Linux & WinXP. The pictures all appear to have too much of green (e.g. red is missing?). I can try to make screendumps if possible and upload them to some place and send the link if you wish.

Well, back home again. Now I have access to my Mac and made 3 screendumps which I have uploaded.
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/LiveQuartz.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/real.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/xnview.png

Using the color palette of the app. LiveQuartz and drawing just one from the palette as shown in LiveQuarz.png. The result is in: real.png
Open this in xnview and you get xnview.png.

Hope this helps a little.

Viele Gruesse,

Manfred

Could you send me the file to test?
Pierre.

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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby mk53 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 12:14 pm

xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:
mk53 wrote:
xnview wrote:
mk53 wrote:But: the colors are definitely wrong.

Do you have the universal binary version?

I do not know how I can tell these versions apart. The version that I have is one that I've downloaded from xnview.com some time ago and I have the MB since 26th of oct. Therefore I'm not so familiar with the tools and features of MacOS. If I remember correctly the version is something like 1.70??.
Before that I worked with Linux & WinXP. The pictures all appear to have too much of green (e.g. red is missing?). I can try to make screendumps if possible and upload them to some place and send the link if you wish.

Well, back home again. Now I have access to my Mac and made 3 screendumps which I have uploaded.
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/LiveQuartz.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/real.png
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/xnview.png

Using the color palette of the app. LiveQuartz and drawing just one from the palette as shown in LiveQuarz.png. The result is in: real.png
Open this in xnview and you get xnview.png.

Hope this helps a little.

Viele Gruesse,

Manfred

Could you send me the file to test?

Yes. Here it is:
http://home.arcor.de/mk53a_usenet/xnview-macosx.zip
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Re: XNView on Tiger/Leopard for Intel MB

Postby xnview » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:50 am


No i means the original picture file
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