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Keyboard shortcuts in slideshow

Post by Dreamer » Tue Apr 01, 2008 8:11 pm

Could you add these shortcuts to slideshow (*.sld file) please?

Numpad /
Numpad *
Numpad -
Numpad +

...Perhaps also other shortcuts should work (Ctrl+Numpad /, Numpad 8, 4, 5, 6, 2...).

This shortcut would be also very useful:

Enter and middle mouse button to open all images from slide show in browser (and select the current image)

Perhaps it might be considered as a bug, since few shortcuts are working.
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts in slideshow

Post by xnview » Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:00 am

Really useful?
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Post by Dreamer » Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:56 pm

For me? Definitely. I have created few slideshows, with many images (few thousand) and I want to zoom the image sometimes - also I need to edit, move, or delete image, so Enter to show the current image in browser would be very useful for me (it's really hard/almost impossible to find the image manually)...

...Don't know what other users think :?:
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Post by oops66 » Thu Apr 03, 2008 1:21 am

About the slideshow shortcuts, for me:
Yes for this:
Numpad /
Numpad *
Numpad -
Numpad +

Why not for this: (Ctrl+Numpad /, Numpad 8, 4, 5, 6, 2...).

No for this ( "Enter" is a too usual(simple) key, for common users - and it can be confusing with the stop/start function key "space"):
Enter - to show the current image in the browser, in its original location.
But I agree for a shortcut like : (Crtl+Enter) or (Alt+Enter) for this function, why not ...
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Post by Dreamer » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:11 pm

Hmm.. I think Enter is perfect key for that...

Escape - to escape/exit
Space/Pause - to pause
Enter - to enter the browser

Enter key works the same also in xnview - fullscreen > browser.
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Post by ouistiti » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:24 pm

IMHO, the only definitive solution is a feature allowing the user to set his / her own shortcuts,
like that exists in TC and many others…

- Needs a general view of the commands, instead of a continual ant-steps patching ! :(

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Post by Clo » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:32 pm

:arrow: Ouistiti

:) Hello Paul !

• Indeed, still the three spokes of the same wheel !

• It's part of the indispensable change of languages and menus, hoping we'll get that… Image

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Re: Keyboard shortcuts in slideshow

Post by Dreamer » Wed Feb 24, 2010 12:15 am

I agree with the custom shortcuts, of course, but we still need default ones, so I'm curious - which shortcut would be better then Enter?

First post has been updated. New suggestions added:

Enter and middle mouse button to open all images from slide show in browser (and select the current image)
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts in slideshow

Post by hestejue » Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:37 am

I am not using the browser mode of XnView at all. I have Ztree for selecting the files. But it seems that the only way to get the selected files into XnView is the command line parameter -slide which starts a slide show. Unfortunately, within this mode I don't have zoom and pan keys available (I can't think of any reason for this, why is this restricted?). So I would realy like to have them available.

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