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XnView description update

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Found out that this program was not included in "video players" or "screen capture" categories, even though it has both capabilities. I also took the chance to update the entry to include more of the features, of which this program has lots.

Over time, I've noticed this program has beat out Universal Viewer in terms of just opening more files, although for most everyday stuff I still prefer FastStone Image Viewer.

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XnView 1.98

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Thanks. I've updated the entry. :)

What a massive changelog! :shock: I truly appreciate the hard work of Pierre E. Gougelet, even though I don't use XnView myself.
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SYSTEM wrote:What a massive changelog! :shock: I truly appreciate the hard work of Pierre E. Gougelet, even though I don't use XnView myself.
I've noticed its even more effective than Universal Viewer and IrfanView in terms of power and flexibility. For regular image viewing I prefer FSViewer's interface, but XnView definitely has more under the hood.

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Re: XnView 1.98

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I think the author considers that it should be satisfing work for the community.

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webfork wrote:For regular image viewing I prefer FSViewer's interface, but XnView definitely has more under the hood.
I totally second that!

FWIW I should also add that (unlike FastStone) Pierre is extremely responsive and (legitimate) users' suggestions/requests are swiftly moving from his ToDo list into newer releases of his powerful software.

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[Moderator note: XNViewMP has been given it's own thread.]

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webfork wrote: Sun Dec 07, 2014 5:08 am [Moderator note: XNViewMP has been given it's own thread.]
"The requested topic does not exist."

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#25 Post by Midas »

siegfried wrote: "The requested topic does not exist."

Mod note: Corrected -- link in OP edited to point at the right topic.

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