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> Will multipage TIFFs be supported soon?
aludwig
post Dec 1 2000, 02:53 AM
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Hi Peter,
I'm still missing editing (e.g. croping) images in multipage TIFFs and SAVING all the pages again. This was demanded (and promised) long time ago (I've registeres PMView with version 0.9?). This single feature is really needed here, as we are getting lots of scientific articles scanned and packed into multipage tiff.

Any progress in this regard?

BTW: Despite this, PMView is just wonderful. Convinced some people to use as well...



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post Dec 1 2000, 02:58 AM
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Hi Andreas,

Yes, I'm working on this and it will be supported in the next major version.
However, note that PMView will continue working on a one-image-in-memory basis. Thus, after modifying one page you will need to save the file before starting to work on another page.


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post Dec 1 2000, 07:21 AM
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QUOTE
Originally posted by Peter:

Yes, I'm working on this and it will be supported in the next major version.
Very good news. Any timeframe?

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However, note that PMView will continue working on a one-image-in-memory basis. Thus, after modifying one page you will need to save the file before starting to work on another page.


No problem. I guess it will be well documented as usual. I'm really looking forward to using PMView 3...

PS.: Any other info on upcomming new features?



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post Dec 1 2000, 03:12 PM
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QUOTE
Originally posted by aludwig:
[b:post_uid0]PS.: Any other info on upcomming new features?[/b:post_uid0]


Display of Animated GIFs will be fully supported (this is already implemented and will definitely be included in the next major version).

I will try to include full multi page save support and printing, at least for the TIFF format.

Apart from that you should not expect too much. Most of the work is going towards creating a Linux version.



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aludwig
post Dec 1 2000, 04:01 PM
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Well, animated gifs is nice as well. And creating a decent version for LinuX will really keep you busy, I think. Good luck. If I need an alternative to OS/2, it would be nice to have the best apps (PMView, PMMail emoung them) ready in LinuX as well...

Keep up the excellent work.

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