Irfanview 3.97

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  1. chachazz

    chachazz Updates Team

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  2. Bubba

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    Thanks for the heads up....and even tho Tuscows says 3.95....it's download is right version with the mirror I used :cool:
     

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    Marja Honestly, I'm not a bot!!

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    Thanks, Chachazz! Use that alot!
     
  4. JerryM

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    Do I need to uninstall the previous version before installinf 3.97?

    Thanks,
    Jerry
     
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    Hi Jerry,
    As always I install on top of the previous version and never had any problems with it. :)

    It also remembers your previous settings, so I'm not sure it would be the same when uninstalling. :doubt:
     
  6. hadi

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    Hi
    Is it totally free OR
    it needs to be registered
    Help>registration -what this entry for-
    Thanks
     
  7. Eldar

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    Hi hadi,
    It's totally free for home users and non-profit organisations. :)
    However commercial organisations have to register = pay.
    If you want to support Irfanview, you can always register, but there's no need to do it. :D
     

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    hadi Guest

    Very much appreciated
     
  9. Eldar

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    You're welcome. ;)
    See also image above for more info. (edited post) :oops:
     
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    Here's the changelog:

    History of changes
    Version 3.97 ( - CURRENT VERSION - ) (Release date: 2005-04-22)

    New "Browse Subfolders" dialog, when folder end/begin reached ( CTRL+B )
    New JPG Transformation dialog option: Apply EXIF date/time to new file
    Zooming for videos added
    Option to show EXIF data from TIF files
    Support for Adobe DNG format (Formats PlugIn, thanks to Dave Coffin)
    Support for FITS format (Flexible Image Transport System, Formats PlugIn)
    Support for PIC format (Softimage PICT, Formats PlugIn)
    Support for WAL format (Quake 2 textures, Formats PlugIn)
    Improved multiple monitor support
    Batch scanning and Acquire merged into one menu
    Some loading bugs fixed, thanks to Bruno Rohee
    New PlugIn: PNGOUT (Optimized PNG saving, thanks to Ken Silverman)
    Changed hotkeys: CTRL+Home, CTRL+End = load first/last file in directory
    New hotkeys for Fullscreen display options (keys: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    Number of MRUDs extended to 10
    Some menu/properties rearrangements (Fullscreen, View->Display options)
    Thanks to Michael Ofner for help file updates/fixes

    Most PlugIns are changed/updated, please install the newest versions
    http://www.irfanview.com/plugins.htm
    Some minor bugs/features fixed/added (crop, MS PNG bug, print dialog)

    http://www.irfanview.com/
     
  11. Robyn

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    I used this software on my main PC although recently I have been using the re-size in my full programs. I have just downloaded it for my notebook - only noticed but the viewer itself is a smaller download than the plug-ins! Are the default plugins enough or are the extra ones best to install also?

    I will certainly make more use of it on the notebook - just query what the extra plugins are o_O
     
  12. JerryM

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    Thanks, Eldar. I was hoping that was the case. I have used it for years, although not extensively. It is an excellent program.

    Appreciate youer help.

    Jerry
     
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    I always wonder if they will ever update those icon used in the program.......
     
  14. Rmus

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    I always register or send a donation to help support a product I like.

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  15. Eldar

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    If the default is all you need, don't install unnecessary plugins.
    Take a look here and select plugins on your left to know more about them. :)
    My pleasure Jerry. ;)
    I certainly wouldn't want to lose all my settings. And yes, it's a really great program.
    Like you I also register or support products I like, as with Irfan. There's no obligation to do it though. It's entirely up to you, if you want to support it. ;)
     
  16. Robyn

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    Thank you Eldar, much better to know what they are and do before I install. I went straight to the download yesterday and totally forgot about the actual site for the details :oops: I had a stressful day yesterday :(
     
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    My pleasure Robyn.
    No problem, it can happen to all of us. ;)
     
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