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Icons go into mourning still !

Post by Clo » Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:25 am

—> Pierre

:) Good morning,

• We have 1.90 RC1 now, with a lot of cosmetical thingies, but it's still impossible to display icons in View and in a board of thumb nails properly, still that awful black background…

• That's really disappointing… I ought to resign XnView to display icons even in Total Commander now.
- The most icons I draw¦use¦store are 24 BPP. A trick might be found to view them correctly, I guess.

- This :bug: is there for ages…

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Post by ouistiti » Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:41 pm

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Support +++

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By the same way, is it possible to make the b(l)ackground for other files with transparency (Ex : Gif) modifiable so that the user can see if the picture is always correct with different backgrounds.

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RHE suggestion for this…

Post by Clo » Sun Jan 14, 2007 9:07 pm

:) Hello Paul !
By the same way, is it possible to make the b(l)ackground for other files with transparency (Ex : Gif) modifiable so that the user can see if the picture is always correct with different backgrounds.
• I think that THIS PROPOSAL could do the trick… :wink:

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RC1, not very better…

Post by Clo » Wed Jan 17, 2007 1:52 am

—> Pierre

:) Hello !

• Thank you to have attempted some improvements, according to that we said out the forum for the 24 BPP icons and the transparency thingy…

• With RC1, enabling the option the display is correct in View (please, see the Paul's wish above about the View BG and the link I gave in my answser…), but :

1. All 24 BPP icons are marked “32 BPP” everywhere, that indeed is quite wrong…

2. In a board of thumb nails, they are still black

3. Same in the preview, black:(

4. When blowing up such an icon in View, the black BG comes back as soon as the scale reaches 105% (I use a 1% step).
It stays beyond that value, and moreover the zoom-in function is quite perturbed, it seems
(the display jumps to an upper scale value after several 1% steps only).
- It occurs as well with the H. Quality enabled or not…
- The transparency is not restored when coming back to scale 1:1…

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Re: RC1, not very better…

Post by xnview » Wed Jan 17, 2007 6:01 am

Clo wrote: 1. All 24 BPP icons are marked “32 BPP” everywhere, that indeed is quite wrong…
If you want transparency, so i must load them as 32bits!
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AS is not IS

Post by Clo » Wed Jan 17, 2007 7:03 am

:) Again…

• "Loaded AS" is not they ARE 32 BPP, so all info shown for the 24 BPP icons is wrong !

• What about the other points ?
- I have set the display as 32 BPP in Windows, then the Preview is getting right,
but the thumb nails remain bad with the black BG…

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Another snag…

Post by Clo » Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:27 am

—> Pierre

:) Hello !

• I just discovered another issue with the icons display :

- I've a small collection of 21² - 24 BPP icons I use in the file-lists of Total Commander, that works fine in this programme.

- In a board of thumb nails, these icons are displayed with a black BG - like the others -
but absolutely not viewable in Preview and in normal View, like shown below with the same outside blue BG:

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- I tested with the transparency option “ON” and “OFF”, also with the screen colour-depth as 16 and 32 BPP,
that doesn't matter, same result.

- I send you this icon <JPG-type> as a sample…

¤ Else : Please, could you tell me if you have found any solution about the point #4 in my last but one message above ?

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Re: Another snag…

Post by xnview » Mon Jan 22, 2007 8:17 am

Clo wrote: - In a board of thumb nails, these icons are displayed with a black BG - like the others -
but absolutely not viewable in Preview and in normal View, like shown below with the same outside blue BG:

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Ok, i have the problem, i'll fix it
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And the rest ?

Post by Clo » Mon Jan 22, 2007 9:53 am

—> Pierre
:) Hello !

• Thanks ! I'll retest that in the next RC.

I wrote above…
4. When blowing up such an icon in View, the black BG comes back as soon as the scale reaches 105% (I use a 1% step).
It stays beyond that value, and moreover the zoom-in function is quite perturbed, it seems
(the display jumps to an upper scale value after several 1% steps only).
• Please, could you fix up this issue too? Thank you to try…

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Re: And the rest ?

Post by xnview » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:16 am

Clo wrote: I wrote above…
4. When blowing up such an icon in View, the black BG comes back as soon as the scale reaches 105% (I use a 1% step).
It stays beyond that value, and moreover the zoom-in function is quite perturbed, it seems
(the display jumps to an upper scale value after several 1% steps only).
• Please, could you fix up this issue too? Thank you to try…
Strange i have not this problem...
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Win XP ?

Post by Clo » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:23 am

:) Hello !

• Did you test under Win XP-Pro ?

- You must set a 1% zoom-step
- This occurs in View only ! In Preview, it works.

• I can make a video if needed…

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Post by ouistiti » Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:43 pm

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I can reproduce that bug here, but randomly… :(

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100%

Post by Clo » Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:13 pm

—> ouistiti

:) Hello Paul !

• Thank you for checking ! Like you can see on the video (Pierre has it too), I can reproduce this by 100% !

• Maybe the OSs make the difference ? Still XP-Pro SP1 here…

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Still there

Post by Clo » Mon Jan 29, 2007 1:47 pm

:) Hello !

• The Zoom :bug: is still there in RC3…

• Could someone more test and confirm ? TIA.

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