FIXED-0.51L Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode

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FIXED-0.51L Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode

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Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode (OK in landscape orientation)

Landscape: 2048x1360x24 (1.51)
Portrait : 1360x2048x24 (0.66) should be "(1.51)" too

------ Is it possible to also have for Information in fullscreen mode ("i" key) the ratio parameter ? ----------
Already implemented:
2048x1360x24 = {Width}x{Height}x{Bpp}

To have:
2048x1360x24 (1.51) = {Width}x{Height}x{Bpp}_{RATIO}

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XnViewMP 0.51 Linux X64 - Ubuntu 12.04 X64
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Re: 0.51L Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode

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oops66 wrote:Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode (OK in landscape orientation)

Landscape: 2048x1360x24 (1.51)
Portrait : 1360x2048x24 (0.66) should be "(1.51)" too
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Re: 0.51L Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode

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Hello Pierre,

...At the bottom of the browser mode (or view mode) - (use rotate clockwise + refresh screen/thumbnail)
Aspect ratio should always be equal or superior to "1" (1 if square) (ex: 4/3, 3/2, etc... matter the orientation)

What is the parameter name for the "aspect ratio" ?
ex: 2048x1360x24 (1.51) = {Width}x{Height}x{Bpp}_{"aspect ratio"}
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Re: 0.51L Wrong aspect ratio in portrait mode

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Thank you Pierre, Fixed with the XnViewMP 0.56 Linux X64 - Ubuntu 12.04 X64
- Aspect ratio is now always equal or superior to "1"
- New parameter added: {Ratio}
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