b1: Browsing folder which has shortcut files

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jarmo
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b1: Browsing folder which has shortcut files

Post by jarmo » Sun Dec 11, 2005 4:19 pm

I have some image galleries consisting of lnk files pointing to jpg files, so that I can have only one copy of an image even if I use it in several galleries.

I have set double clicking and Enter to open image in fullscreen mode. With 1.82 beta I cannot go to next / previous image in fullscreen mode with any keyboard or mouse command, and file name displayed is some random characters. Rename command in fullscreen mode shows name right.

Navigating to previous or next image works in windowed mode and filename is correct too. Going from windowed mode again to fullscreen mode makes fullscreen mode to work fine. Problem appears only when opening fullscreen mode directly from browser.


By the way, support for lnk files is one reason why I am using XnView and not FastStone Image Viewer which I tested before selecting XnView (it is not the only reason though).

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Re: b1: Browsing folder which has shortcut files

Post by FlorianH » Sun Dec 11, 2005 7:37 pm

I can confirm strange behaviour, but it's a little bit different here.
jarmo wrote:I have set double clicking and Enter to open image in fullscreen mode.
I think it doesn't depend on these settings. I have Browser <> Viewer for DblClick and Enter and have similiar behaviour.

If I change from browser to fullscreen (f11) and selected picture was linked-picture (lnk-pic), the right image is shown, but the displayed path and name is the one of the first non-lnk-pic in current path.
If I change from browser to fullscreen an selected picture was non-lnk-pic, i can't navigate to lnk-pics (they are ignored when navigating to prev/next picture).
jarmo wrote:With 1.82 beta I cannot go to next / previous image in fullscreen mode with any keyboard or mouse command...
I can't navigate to previous, because xnview thinks it displays the first picture of current folder. I can't navigate to other lnk-pictures in current folder (xnview simply advances to next non-lnk-pic)
jarmo wrote:...Rename command in fullscreen mode shows name right.
I confirm this.
jarmo wrote:Navigating to previous or next image works in windowed mode and filename is correct too. Going from windowed mode again to fullscreen mode makes fullscreen mode to work fine. Problem appears only when opening fullscreen mode directly from browser.
Same behaviour here... Start fullscreen from viewer and everything is ok.

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Re: b1: Browsing folder which has shortcut files

Post by xnview » Mon Dec 12, 2005 10:02 am

jarmo wrote:I have some image galleries consisting of lnk files pointing to jpg files, so that I can have only one copy of an image even if I use it in several galleries.

I have set double clicking and Enter to open image in fullscreen mode. With 1.82 beta I cannot go to next / previous image in fullscreen mode with any keyboard or mouse command, and file name displayed is some random characters. Rename command in fullscreen mode shows name right.

Navigating to previous or next image works in windowed mode and filename is correct too. Going from windowed mode again to fullscreen mode makes fullscreen mode to work fine. Problem appears only when opening fullscreen mode directly from browser.
I confirm
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Post by Xyzzy » Thu Dec 22, 2005 9:04 am

For both betas deleted INIs and set options to go to fullscreen from browser with double-click and Enter.

I confirmed the problem in b1 and in b2 it is fixed (both moving among files and displaying correct filename). When testing, I used double-click to display image from browser and PageUp, PageDown to move among images.

Fixed in b2.

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