No and that's the reason why I want it.helmut wrote:I don't understand: If you use the standard icons of XnView 1.74, you will not be able to see the format?
The size of the letters is still small for "detail view of MS Explorer"helmut wrote:"still not enough" - not enough of what?
I think we both misunderstood this time...helmut wrote:Don't understand. You're answering my question with a question.Dreamer wrote:I think it's not a big problem today (for most of XnView users)...
That users don't have the right colors also in XnView (browser) or do they? I'm not sure what you meant, could you explain please?
So why we can't use these "16 colours of the standard 16 colour map" - because ACDSee uses it? But if there are no other colours that can be used?helmut wrote:What do you mean with standard colours? Which standard? ACDSee uses the 16 colours of the standard 16 colour map (yellow, red, blue, green, lightgreen, grey, lightgrey, ...). Have a look at the iconset provided by Carlos (see above), this is pretty much what ACDSee's 16x16 pixel icons look like.misunderstoodDreamer wrote:Also you could use the 'standard' (near) colors or not? How it is in ACDSee?
All I want is:
- big letters, readable also in "detail view of MS Explorer" (or in the file managers)
- colour differences, like in the browser (BMP, JPG, GIF ... )