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From XnView to Photoshop and back

Post by wendell » Sun Dec 26, 2004 10:58 pm

Is there a way that I can open with my Photoshop program a picture that I'm viewing as a thumbnail in XnView , then work on it, save it and return to the newly changed and saved picture as a thumbnail in XnView?

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Re: From XnView to Photoshop and back

Post by xnview » Mon Dec 27, 2004 8:52 am

wendell wrote:Is there a way that I can open with my Photoshop program a picture that I'm viewing as a thumbnail in XnView , then work on it, save it and return to the newly changed and saved picture as a thumbnail in XnView?
You can use "Open with..."
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Post by wendell » Mon Dec 27, 2004 4:59 pm

Thanks, Pierre

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Post by Gabriel » Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:02 pm

Regarding this functionality I'm trying put any icon o toolbar for quick open the picture with other graphic programs.

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Post by helmut » Tue Feb 26, 2008 8:11 pm

For quick access using the keyboard the key combinations Alt+<number> can be used. The detailed keyboard shortcut is listed next to the name of the application in the "Open with..." sub menu, e.g. "Alt+1".

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Post by Gabriel » Tue Feb 26, 2008 9:44 pm

helmut: Of course, I'm using Alt+<number> but I'm talking about icon as level toolbar customisation.

Anyway xnview is great for me.

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Commands Manager again

Post by Clo » Tue Feb 26, 2008 10:26 pm

:arrow: Gabriel

:) Hello !
Of course, I'm using Alt+<number> but I'm talking about icon as level toolbar customisation.

• To be able to add any function as a button, we miss the whole internal commands (requested n… times by me…)
and especially a good COMMANDS MANAGER.
• Also the extra-icons for the commands which are not in the 33-icon default main tool-bar skin-bitmap (I provide for mine)…
You could find a lot of threads where that is invoked.
- Paul-"Ouistiti" friend and I had started the very first request to get customizable icons,
Pierre did, but that's still incomplete in many ways… :|

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Post by helmut » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:00 pm

Gabriel wrote:helmut: Of course, I'm using Alt+<number> but I'm talking about icon as level toolbar customisation.
O.k., didn't know that you knew, already. But the shortcuts might still be interesting for other people... ;-)

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Post by Clo » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:08 pm

:arrow: helmut

• Hi !
…But the shortcuts might still be interesting for other people... :wink:
• Still the three-spoke wheel :
¤ Buttons
¤ Menus
¤ Short cuts…

Sigh…

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Re: Look at our avatars

Post by helmut » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:17 pm

Clo wrote::
…But the shortcuts might still be interesting for other people... :wink:
• Still the three-spoke wheel :
¤ Buttons
¤ Menus
¤ Short cuts…
What do you mean by that?

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A whole

Post by Clo » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:41 pm

:arrow: helmut

• Hi again…

• It's something I tried to explain prior in the thread about future menus ;)

• These three kinds of items are in fact a single whole, and might be designed and treated such as.
- As long as they will be considered - and treated - as separate crumbs,
the programme will not be the better of the best, like it could¦should…

• That needs another state of mind, and (important) details to change, about the way in which the programme is changed
along the versions with, as the main next target : Have languages and configurable menus as text.
- That needs first a Command Manager like shown (and completed, of course…).

- Currently, Paul and I have the unpleasant feeling to track a big game at hunting with a dog which chases butterflies… :|

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we could continue that discussion as private messages, at your convenience…
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