Window

 

Window size

 

When loading a new image If set, PMView will automatically adjust the window's size and position to display newly-loaded images at actual size.

 

When editing or zooming If set, PMView will adjust the window's size and position if it's appropriate during an edit or zoom operation. For instance, if you take a tall, narrow image and rotate it, it will become a short, wide image. If this option is set, PMView's window will resize (and possibly move) accordingly. Otherwise, you might get a horizontal scroll bar and some blank space in your window.

 

Window position

 

These options determine if PMView is allowed to move its window, and how the window should be moved when it is positioned. This happens for instance when loading an image, editing, or zooming and the corresponding settings above are enabled. This also happens when you press F4 (Wrap Image).

 

Never move window This option will disable automatic positioning of the window. This means that the upper left corner of PMView's window will never budge.

Move window when required This option will enable smart positioning of the window. PMView will not move the window unless moving it will let you see more of the image.

Always center window on screen This option will center the window on the screen every time the window is positioned (e.g. by pressing F4)

Always move window to upper left corner This option will move the window to the upper left corner of the screen every time the window is positioned.

Always move window to upper right corner This option will move the window to the upper right corner of the screen every time the window is positioned.

Always move window to lower left corner This option will move the window to the upper left corner of the screen every time the window is positioned.

Always move window to lower right corner This option will move the window to the lower right corner of the screen every time the window is positioned.

 

Allow moving window on top of system taskbar If set, PMView will ignore the system taskbar and is free to use the whole screen for positioning its window. If you load a very large image this may result in that PMView's window partly or completely will cover the taskbar. By not setting this option you make sure that PMView always respects the taskbar and never positions itself on top of it.

 

Allow moving left and top borders off screen If set, PMView is free to move its top and left window borders outside the visible area of the screen. If not set, PMView will keep all its four borders within the screen limits.