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jhimmel
Posted on: Jan 5 2005, 06:31 PM


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Got it in 3.10! THANKS!
I can finally use PMView Pro as my default viewer and get rid of PMView 2000. I am happy again.

Jim H.
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jhimmel
Posted on: Dec 17 2004, 04:50 PM


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Cool
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jhimmel
Posted on: Dec 5 2004, 12:02 PM


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That's great news!

In case you are interested -
There is an inexpensive disk morroring system called Duplidisk that I installed for my boss. If a HD fails, the system continues like nothing ever happened and informs you that a disk needs replacing.
Pop a new one in and it brings the new one right up to date. Works great.

http://www.techarts.com/product....adk.asp

Using their RaidCase or EasyRaid, you just slide the failed drive out of the front of your case and slide a new one in and you have zero down time and your apps never skip a beat.
Very slick.

Jim H.
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jhimmel
Posted on: Dec 4 2004, 05:07 PM


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Bummer.

Same thing happened to me when I was a programming student. I didn't have a backup at the time. I DID, however have printouts of large volumes of code because I used to like to lay down in the livingroom and look for errors from printouts. It was not fun having to re-type thousands of lines of code.

After that I installed a backup drive.

How are you making out?
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jhimmel
Posted on: Sep 23 2004, 04:55 PM


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No comment in over a month. Wonder what's going on.
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jhimmel
Posted on: Jul 25 2004, 09:20 AM


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Is 3.10 held up for a while?
I've been checking a couple of times a week.
I'm looking forward to retiring PMView 232 and moving entirely to Pro now that you have addressed this issue.

Jim H.
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jhimmel
Posted on: Jun 2 2004, 04:36 PM


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Peter, are you still including a fix for my problem in the thread "refuses to load image at 100%" found in the windows forum?

That was adding back the loading options that were taken out of Pro.

I have been eagerly awaiting v3.10 for this very reason.

Jim H.
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Posted on: Nov 3 2003, 05:49 PM


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That's good news, Peter.

In the meantime, I left Pro installed, but also installed PMV2000 and have associated the older version with all image files by default.

This way I am getting the type of viewing that I need with 2000, but can still load Pro if desired.

I'll be watching for 3.10
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jhimmel
Posted on: Oct 30 2003, 08:34 PM


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This is a real shame, Peter.

This is so important to the way I use PMView that I will have to revert back to older versions. I do hope you do something to give this back to us. A hidden setting would be fine with me, but I hope it makes it into the next update, and I hope the next update is soon.

I have been a PMView customer (an FAN) for many years. I used PMView on OS/2 for years, and was happy to continue using it on WindowsXP. I really hope that next time there is a beta for a major update that I can particepate and offer input.

Thanks for the prompt responses,

Jim H.
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Posted on: Oct 29 2003, 06:29 PM


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To clarify, Peter, I selected the option of Loading to "Normal", and have enabled "Resize image when loading a new image". I do not want these options ignored. This should give me a 100% (Normal) image every time I load one.

I then selected "Always zoom image to fit window". I expect this to cause the image to stretch if I drag the window larger or if I intentionally maximize the window. That is the way the older versions of your program behaved. I did not select any options that say - "Always zoom image to fit the *DESKTOP*", which is the way pro is behaving.

If I wanted a large image every time it loads I would have selected the Loading option of "Full screen".

Can you help?

Thanks,

Jim H.
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jhimmel
Posted on: Oct 29 2003, 06:08 PM


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But Peter, if I do that, then the image does not stretch with the window when I hit the maximize button of the window.

Pevious versions of PMView did not have this problem.

How do I set PMView Pro to open at 100% image resolution by default, but still stretch to fill the window when I maximize the window? I used this often in older versions of PMView, and I am tempted to revert back to those versions if I can't get Pro to behave this way.

Jim H.
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