Select transparency, behaviour in fullscreen

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mikiclyen

Select transparency, behaviour in fullscreen

Post by mikiclyen »

I have just migrated from ACDSee and Irfan - XnView is the best. But I miss some cool features:
Select transparency when saving GIF or PNG: In Irfan appears small copy of the image and I was able to choose color directly - just pick a pixel with color what I want to be transparent. I think this is very comfortable :)
In fullscreen I miss more freedom with mouse - IMO next/prev image is ok just by mousewheel; buttons should be more useful - like in non-fullscreen mode (moving, selecting...) Please is problem to make scrolling by method "onkeydown" instead "onkeypress"? This is in ACDSee - it's more smooth and without any delay.
Except that is XnView perfect and excellent, many thanks, Pierre!

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Re: Select transparency, behaviour in fullscreen

Post by xnview »

mikiclyen wrote:I have just migrated from ACDSee and Irfan - XnView is the best. But I miss some cool features:
Select transparency when saving GIF or PNG: In Irfan appears small copy of the image and I was able to choose color directly - just pick a pixel with color what I want to be transparent. I think this is very comfortable :)
Yes good enhancement...
In fullscreen I miss more freedom with mouse - IMO next/prev image is ok just by mousewheel; buttons should be more useful - like in non-fullscreen mode (moving, selecting...) Please is problem to make scrolling by method "onkeydown" instead "onkeypress"? This is in ACDSee - it's more smooth and without any delay.
You miss, you press key and you have the scroll until you release the key, right?
Except that is XnView perfect and excellent, many thanks, Pierre!
Thanks :-)
Pierre.
Yakano

Post by Yakano »

Select transparency when saving GIF or PNG: In Irfan appears small copy of the image and I was able to choose color directly - just pick a pixel with color what I want to be transparent. I think this is very comfortable
Yes! Good improvement