Here are some more colourful but really useful feature requests (not too important now but in future XnView MP):
Launch a file from the address bar (like in win explorer)
I would really like to paste a full path to a file, from the clipboard, into XnView MP's address bar and press enter to launch the file in a Viewer tab. Just like how we can do this in Win Explorer's address bar. It would be nice since sometimes I have a full image file path like "C:\Downloads\cars1.jpg" (without quotes) and I wish to view the image in XnView MP immediately without going to the folder in the browser. in the current XnView MP, I cannot do this; http://i41.tinypic.com/124cz1g.png
A 'Copy Path
There are various explorer shell extensions which do this as well as some file-managers. Basically if I have any file of a folder in the browser and I want the file path to use manually for something then with the click of a button the full file path to the file on your system can be copied. Look at Shelltoy's 'copy path' feature, although explorer shell extensions can be problematic in this manner. It could work for both file and folder in the path copying. I would like to have this feature in XnView MP as both a right-click option (browser) and as a top menu entry under 'Edit'
A 'Open file from Clipboard
Like in VLC media player 1.0 we can do this. I also see a "Import clipboard" function that is under the 'Edit' menu in Xnview MP but I wonder if this is for editting only. May I propose a clone of that "Import clipboard" to also go under 'File' menu so that I can open files (images etc) from the clipboard also.
-The menu in VLC; http://i39.tinypic.com/14jn2ub.png
-XnMP already has; 'import clipboard' http://i39.tinypic.com/ieplwj.png
so likely a menu copy of this could be made to put in the 'File' menu
A 'Tab tearing
I don't know of the obstacles for this request, but it would be nice if I could drag n drop a viewer tab out of the XnView MP interface for 2 reasons:
a. 'Windowless image viewing' - http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=17914
by dragging a tab to any place on the desktop to open this way.
b. Dragging tabs from XnView MP window to another XnView MP window (if the 'single instance' option is disabled)