Le 2011/12/05 11:36, Darren New a Ã©crit :
> On 12/5/2011 4:11, Unit Ball wrote:
>>> Why not just save them to separate files? Open a windows "preview"
>>> window on
>>> it, and use the arrow keys to toggle back and forth? (Assuming you're
>>> Windows here, of course.)
>> By the way is this "peek" option available in Vista or XP?
> I meant the preview window that you get when you just right-click an
> image and pick "preview". Apparently MS calls it the "picture and fax
> viewer". The built-in thing that lets you start a slide show. Save each
> picture to a successive name and arrow back and forth.
>> I know Windows 7 has
>> it. At the moment I use Vista, but I newer use the Aero-theme or
>> whatever it's
>> called because it slows thing down.
> You must have an old old graphics card to notice being slowed down by
> compositing windows. :-)
Old graphic card like what? AGP 1x? Older PCI card? Integrated video
with shared memory? Wrong video drivers? NOT having hardware
I just hate the picture and fax viewer. It's quite heavy and slow to
start, it takes a long time to load and display any image, and I don't
like the interface.
I use IrfanView instead. Free for personal use, lightweight, load and
display images in about any format in a snap, simple, sober interface.
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