Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:49 pm
Yes, for me too, the customization is one of the key way for the Xnview success !
Various discussion boards for XnView and related products
Well I certainly wouldn't complain if the customization options would allow you to make the thumbnail only half looks like lightRoom onesOne of the features I like best about XnView is its "visual" configurability. If everyone wanted XnView to look as much like LightRoom as possible, then I'd agree (because that would be all right with me).
But I doubt everyone does.
So I'll continue to hope that all of the existing customization (and more!!) will eventually be present in the MultiOS version, too.
For example, if you take a look at the thumbnails & labels, you have more settings than xnview winJohnFredC wrote: So I'll continue to hope that all of the existing customization (and more!!) will eventually be present in the MultiOS version, too.
Indeed, I noticed the new "use margin around thumbnail" feature. which is nice.For example, if you take a look at the thumbnails & labels, you have more settings than xnview win Smile
You can configure color for labels by extension, by label entry, ...JohnFredC wrote:Maybe I don't have the latest version? The labels are more customizable, but that's about it so far.
There are fewer color customizations (none for the browser background colro), the border around the thumbnail is inaccurate and doesn't respect the thumbnail size, etc.
I know. A work in progress, but certainly not "more settings than xnview win" yet!
Yes a bug, but in developmentthibaud wrote:(picture borders are overlapping the cell, inside margin has no effect, label background are not filling the cell properly,etc..)
actually there is a dropshadow,On your sample, you have no shadow?
Could you send me a png of this sample (for the quality)?thibaud wrote:actually there is a dropshadow,On your sample, you have no shadow?
just enough to look good (pops the thumbnail up).
not to much so you don't notice it too much (instead of the thumbnail).
that's how a drop shadow should be used imho.
if you think about it, theses interface elements are not trivial or pure cosmetic they do serve a purpose
Good newsJohnFredC wrote:Fortunately for everyone: I'm on holiday (again) for a week or so... my dear wife has arranged something else to pull me away from the computer. So no more posts from me for a while!