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Apr 10, 2009

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Good news. There will be a new version of Viewer2 available soon. In addition to fixing the bugs that have been waiting for a fix for a year or so, it will be a significant improvement in performance (namely proper multi-threaded image loading that results in a lot smoother user interface especially when browsing over slow network connections) and also how the user interface is built.

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Viewer2 Build 4044

Dec 30, 2007

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Fixed the 100% usage issue Fixed tag confirmation for multiple tags Able to sort by number of views, also shows the combined views for directories (including their subdirectories etc.) New added: search type, e.g. added:today search files that were added to the database today. Should only save image locations if images were moved

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Viewer2 Build 3982

Nov 27, 2007

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Updated to the latest version of libiptc, this fixes IPTC compatibility problems with Picasa and other software with faulty IPTC support (Picasa would sometimes skip IPTC data completely even if it was valid). Yes, you heard that Google fanboys. IPTC data editing. Select images and press F9 (I didn’t have the time to draw an […]

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Viewer2 Build 3900

Nov 22, 2007

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Now includes a configuration tweaking tool. Some options are not as exposed as the more common ones, changing them is somewhat similar to using regedit. See the shortcut in Start menu. You can now tell Viewer2 not to stretch or shrink images to fit on screen. When viewing images, the next and previous images are […]

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Viewer2 Build 3782

Nov 17, 2007

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Here’s the new Viewer2 version: More information in the hover info box. Zooming in now also moves towards the mouse cursor. Set the option NavigateWhileZooming to zero if you don’t like this. You can enlarge the areas that open the menu and the tag and file lists with HotSpotSize. A value of 16 would make […]

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