(Linux) XnViewMP 0.26 (Cropping & Re-Sizing)

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(Linux) XnViewMP 0.26 (Cropping & Re-Sizing)

Post by mykurtaccount » Sat Apr 10, 2010 9:25 am

I'm using XnView 0.26 on a Arch Linux machine. A couple of questions:-

1) CROP'ing - Whilst I can select an area within an image the crop command in the menu remains greyed out. So no cropping.

2) Is there a way to do image resizing as I can't seem to find it.

Also as a side note the current layout is not remembered if the window is maximised.

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Re: (Linux) XnViewMP 0.26 (Cropping & Re-Sizing)

Post by oops66 » Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:09 am

mykurtaccount wrote:I'm using XnView 0.26 on a Arch Linux machine. A couple of questions:-
1) CROP'ing - Whilst I can select an area within an image the crop command in the menu remains greyed out. So no cropping.
2) Is there a way to do image resizing as I can't seem to find it.
Also as a side note the current layout is not remembered if the window is maximised.
Hello,
MP0.26 is only a beta version but,
About:
1-) not implemented yet (probably for next version)
2-) not implemented yet ( but you already can use Batch convert "Crtl+U" ... )
3-) Maybe you can use in the tool bar: Layout "Save Layout1"... "Restore Layout1..)
XnViewMP 0.82 Linux X64 - Ubuntu 16.04 LTS - X64

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Re: (Linux) XnViewMP 0.26 (Cropping & Re-Sizing)

Post by mykurtaccount » Sat Apr 10, 2010 11:12 am

oops66 wrote: Hello,
MP0.26 is only a beta version but,
About:
1-) not implemented yet (probably for next version)
2-) not implemented yet ( but you already can use Batch convert "Crtl+U" ... )
3-) Maybe you can use in the tool bar: Layout "Save Layout1"... "Restore Layout1..)
Thankyou for the reply. Is their a list ( I did do a search honest) that outlines whats been implemented and whats on the roadmap.

As for the layout I just dragged the window to fill my screen rather then use the maximise button and it remembers the postions of the various panes.

And just a note to the author. Thankyou for this software. I used XnView when I was on windows and for me at least there seems to be a dearth of good image viewers with basic editing functions builtin. So thanks very much.

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