XnView 1.70 RC3 (Windows)

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Postby ckit » Thu May 20, 2004 4:53 am

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helmut wrote:With RC3:
Windows 2000 (no SP) works o.k., but Windows XP doesn't. The problem does occur each time you toggle from fullscreen and back. Once the vertical scroll bar is gone, zooming in or out makes it appear, again.

And on my win2000 SP2 or Win XP (no SP), i have no problem :-(
Pierre.


You need to have "Auto Image Size" set to "No Fit" for the bug to occur.

Ok, this is going to hurt...
IrfanView doesn't have this bug at all, nor has it ever had it. I will admit that IrfanView doesn't have a brower mode to test but then again thats not where the bug is.

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我在期待着

Postby Guest » Thu May 20, 2004 12:18 pm

:D 我在期待着正式版本的出炉,谢谢
i using 168.1 version(simple Chinese) now.
thank you for giving us a free software.
i wish 1.70 is also a free one.
and i wish that "simple Chinese" is included in ver.1.70 Multi-language

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Re: crw

Postby Guest » Fri May 21, 2004 9:13 am

Anonymous wrote:image size in canon crw file?


Hi you all!

I'd loved to get working CRW support to XnView. I have understood that CRW file contains rough jpg file (size of 640x480 pixels) for preview. XnView always reads CRW files as size of 640x480 pixels, which is quite a frustrating. I think that XnView reads that CRW preview jpg and uses it as base to converted crw.

Please, make CRW support work...

Anyway, Pierre, Thank you for this great program. =)

mfeingol

I have a bug to report...

Postby mfeingol » Sun May 23, 2004 2:52 am

The option to set the mouse wheel as previous/next file is broken. It works the first time the program is restarted, but after that it reverts to scrolling up and down the image. Sometimes it advances from the first image to the second image, but then it scrolls down the second image instead of advancing to the third image.

OS: WinXP SP1. Version: RC3 as mentioned in this thread.

(While we're on the topic, I have a feature request - allow the left mouse button to be used to scroll the image up and down, instead of the right mouse button.)

Thanks!

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Postby Guest » Mon May 24, 2004 3:02 am

In Multiple file convert>Output directory it would be useful to be able to setthe default to the last used output directory, and not only to the current directory.

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Postby xnview » Mon May 24, 2004 11:59 am

Anonymous wrote:In Multiple file convert>Output directory it would be useful to be able to setthe default to the last used output directory, and not only to the current directory.

Yes, a bug.
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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby xnview » Mon May 24, 2004 12:10 pm

mfeingol wrote:The option to set the mouse wheel as previous/next file is broken. It works the first time the program is restarted, but after that it reverts to scrolling up and down the image. Sometimes it advances from the first image to the second image, but then it scrolls down the second image instead of advancing to the third image.

Strange, i have no problem with this option.
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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby helmut » Mon May 24, 2004 1:03 pm

mfeingol wrote:The option to set the mouse wheel as previous/next file is broken. ...

Works for me. (Windows XP)

Just to make sure:
Do you have the setting 'Mouse wheel' set to 'Previous/Next file' in the options, category 'View->Keyboard/Mouse', which is the default?

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby mfeingol » Mon May 24, 2004 9:35 pm

helmut wrote:
mfeingol wrote:The option to set the mouse wheel as previous/next file is broken. ...

Works for me. (Windows XP)

Just to make sure:
Do you have the setting 'Mouse wheel' set to 'Previous/Next file' in the options, category 'View->Keyboard/Mouse', which is the default?


The setting is correctly set to "previous / next file".

The buggy behavior is a bit spotty, but it's definitely there - I'll try to post a solid repro scenario tonight.

mfeingol

Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby mfeingol » Tue May 25, 2004 1:59 am

Okay, so my repro is really simple.

Set up a directory with 10 jpegs, named 01.jpg to 10.jpg, all with vertical sizes greater than the size of the desktop (so a vertical scroll bar will show up). In Windows, associate .jpg with the XnView executable. Double-click on 01.jpg. Wheel downwards. The view will jump to 02.jpg, and will then scroll down 02.jpg to the bottom of the screen.

My [View] section is as follows. I can provide more config information or a minidump file as requested.

[View]
BackgroundColor=8421504
MaximizeViewWhenOpen=0
OpenHexaViewIfNotPicture=1
StatusBar=1
ToolBar=0
Undo=1
ShowFilename=1
MouseNavigation=1
HideMouse=1
Fit=1
AppFitToImage=1
FileListSort=1
ImageLoop=0
DoubleClickGoBrowser=1
DisableGifAnimation=0
EnableBmpAnimation=1
OnlyOneView=1
DisplayColorInformation=0
VideoLoop=0
VideoPlayBar=1
DelKeyDeleteFile=1
WheelMouseAsPreviousNext=1
DirKeyAsPreviousNext=1
DeleteGoNext=1
CacheBehind=1
ReadAhead=1
SlideDelay=1000
SlideLoop=1
SlideDirection=0
PlayMovie=1
PlaySound=1
UseGamma=1
Gamma=1.00
UseTransparency=1
HighZoomQuality=7
UseDPIRatio=0
UseZoomStep=0
ZoomStep=10
MultipageShowAgain=1
FullHidePlayBar=0
ShowText=1
Text=<Directory><Filename>
UnitsSize=0

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby xnview » Tue May 25, 2004 7:36 am

mfeingol wrote:Okay, so my repro is really simple.

Set up a directory with 10 jpegs, named 01.jpg to 10.jpg, all with vertical sizes greater than the size of the desktop (so a vertical scroll bar will show up). In Windows, associate .jpg with the XnView executable. Double-click on 01.jpg. Wheel downwards. The view will jump to 02.jpg, and will then scroll down 02.jpg to the bottom of the screen.

Strange, i have checked on WinXp, and all is ok.
Pierre.

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby Guest » Tue May 25, 2004 3:22 pm

xnview wrote:Strange, i have checked on WinXp, and all is ok.
Pierre.


I'm not sure what to tell you. Have you installed Intellipoint? (I'm using version 4.12.)

I can provide you with a dump file of the program when it's in scrolling mode, or perhaps you could provide me with an instrumented binary that outputs to a file when it skips pages or scrolls?

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby xnview » Tue May 25, 2004 4:02 pm

Anonymous wrote:I'm not sure what to tell you. Have you installed Intellipoint? (I'm using version 4.12.)

No, and often the problem is from here.
Pierre.

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby mfeingol » Wed May 26, 2004 3:39 am

xnview wrote:
Anonymous wrote:I'm not sure what to tell you. Have you installed Intellipoint? (I'm using version 4.12.)

No, and often the problem is from here.
Pierre.


Understood. Of course, it seems unlikely that it would work with all other programs (including Slowview, which has the same exact feature), but would fail with XnView.

Does XnView have source that I can compile and debug? Is there anything else we can do to figure this out?

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Re: I have a bug to report...

Postby helmut » Wed May 26, 2004 6:05 am

Anonymous wrote:I'm not sure what to tell you. Have you installed Intellipoint? (I'm using version 4.12.)

Mouse wheel navigates properly on Windows XP with Logitech Mouse and default driver (MS 5.1.2600).


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