Table of contents

0. JMG Photo Printer

Homepage: http://PhotoPrinter.sourceforge.net/

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0.1 Introduction

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JMG Photo Printer is a program for printing pictures. You can print up to 128 pictures/page.  You select pictures for printing by checking a checkbox . Checked pictures are marked yellow if they are in the original folder and violet if they are shown in another folder. This way you can select pictures from more than one folder for printing. The pictures are not copied and stay in their original folder. Attention don't delete these pictures, because you think they are in the wrong folder. The tooltip text shows you the original folder. The main-window is derived from vb.net explorer template. You have standard function like copy and paste and drag&drop. You can view most picture formats in the viewer (RAW-Pictures can be viewed, if you install ufraw-batch). You have also simple picture editing functions like brightness, contrast, colors and histogram.

New from version 0.8 onwards is the database. Here you can sort your pictures with categories and create slideshows. Thumbnails are saved in the database, so that browsing the pictures is much faster. You can copy complete folders and subfolders by drag & drop or copy & paste from the explorer-tree to the database tree. Attention! The database has no "Undo"-function! More information you can find at 3. Context Menu.

Also new is the FTPWebDav node.

0.5 The toolbar

   

0.5.1 Back

Goes back to the previous selected folder

0.5.2 Forward

Goes back to the previous folder if you have pressed "Back" before

0.5.3Dir up

Goes one folder up in the folder hierarchy.

0.5.4Delete

Deletes the currently selected image.

0.5.5 Folders

Same as View: Folder.

0.5.6View

You can select between detailed view (Name,Size, Date modified, Date created and  Date last access) and big symbols. If you select symbols a thumbnail of up to 256x256 pixel is shown for each file. The thumbnail size can be selected in Thumbnail size.

0.5.7Scan

Scan image with the default Twain Scanner (32bit) or with WIA (64bit).

1. Menus

1.1. File

1.1.1. New folder (also in the context menu)

Creates a new folder in the selected directory.

1.1.2. Open

Opens a folder and shows all pictures and directories in this folder (you can switch off showing folders in the listview in the View-menu).

1.1.3. new database

Creates a new database with the selected filename and in the selected folder.

1.1.4. open database

Opens an existing database.

1.1.5. import database

Imports another database into the current database.

1.1.6. Get pictures from camera

Checks all removable drives, if there is a folder DCIM and opens a window, in which you can select the pictures that shall be copied. You can select additionally the option "Delete pictures from camera". Apart from this you can select the path and the folder, in which the pictures will be copied. The default folder is "year\startdate_enddate". The menu "check all" selects all pictures for transfer. If no folders are found, the program searches for WIA devices and shows the default import menu.

1.1.7. Get pictures from Scanner

1.1.7.1. Select source

Opens a window with all installed TWAIN-scanners. Select the scanner you want to use. This menu is only available in the 32bit version.

1.1.7.2. Scan

Opens the Twain scan window of your scanner. For more information see the manual of your scanner. In the 64bit version WIA is opened.

1.1.7.3. memory transfer

Some Twain scanners work only with this option enabled. If you scanner does not work try this option. Only available in the 32bit version.

1.1.7.4. WIA

In the 64bit version this is the default scanning menu. In the 32bit version you can select this menu instead of the default Twain menu.

1.1.7.5. TwainCS

This starts the TwainCS library for scanning. This is only experimental. Often the application crashes with this library. Often the application will crash on exit.

1.1.8. Save

Saves changes to the actually selected image.

1.1.9. Save as

Saves the actually selected image to a new filename.

1.1.10. Save all

Saves changes to all images in the listview. You have 3 options:

1.1.11. clear undo buffer

Removes previous versions of all saved images from history. If you want to clear the whole undo buffer, you must select remove unsaved items before. Attention! Undoing changes is no more possible after selecting this menu.

1.1.12. remove unsaved items

Removes all unsaved items, all unsaved changes are lost. If you want to clear the whole undo buffer, you must select clear undo buffer afterwards.

1.1.13. Search

   

1.1.13.1. Replace

Switches the replace option on and off (s. Search & Replace)

1.1.13.2. Edit

1.1.13.2.1. Select all

Selects all Files, so that they can be loaded into  the main  window (s. Load).

1.1.13.2.2. Delete

Deletes all selected files. This can't be undone!

1.1.13.3. Options

Here you can select whether you want to search for files or folders or both. Additionally you can select whether to show or not show backup files.

1.1.13.4. detect faces

This menu is only available in the Emgu version. This version is only available on request as it sometimes causes the system to reboot.

1.1.13.5. Path

If you start Search from an existing directory it is automatically entered here. By pressing on "Sel" you can select another directory. Only if the directory exists and contains files the other textboxes are editable.

1.1.13.6. Search Pattern

Here you can enter a search pattern with wildcards. " *" represents zero or more characters and "?" one character. For example "*.jpg" finds all images with the extension "jpg"

1.1.13.7. Search

Here you can enter a search string. All files that contain this search string and comply with the search pattern are found. If you select Replace the pink highlighted string is replaced (s. Search & Replace). The search can be modified with the search options.

1.1.13.8. Search options

1.1.13.8.1. Match case

If you select this option, the program checks whether you use lower case letters or upper case letters and matches only these filenames that have the same case.

1.1.13.8.2. Search whole word

If you select this option the program looks for word boundaries and finds only those filenames that contain the search word within a word boundary. Words can be separated by the following characters:   ",.;_". For example you have the search string "test" and check the option, then the program finds the file "Test.jpg", "Test_one.jpg", but it doesn't find the file "TestTwo.jpg".

1.1.13.8.3. Regular expressions

If you select this option regular expressions are enabled. You can select some regular expression by pressing ">". For more information about regular expressions see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/az24scfc(VS.71).aspx

1.1.13.8.4. Recursive

If you select this option all subfolders are searched for files. If you leave it unchecked only the folder in path is searched.

1.1.13.9. Load

If you selected some search results you can open them in the main window by pressing this button. Attention if you make a selection with the mouse or the keyboard the pink highlighting for replace may be hidden. Deselect all before you press "replace".

1.1.14. Search & Replace

Has the same options as Search and additionally the textbox under "Replace by" is enabled. After making a search you can enter text here and the results are shown in the second column of the listview. If you press on "Replace" only one entry is replaced (the one which is marked pink). If you want to replace the next entry, you have to press on "Search next" and the next entry is marked pink. Then you can press "Replace" again and so on. If you want to replace all entries you must press "Replace all". If you select the option "Regular expressions" you can use capturing parentheses. For example "Rome(.+)\.jpg" searches for all jpg-images that start with "Rome". If you Enter "Paris$1.jpg" as replace string all the pictures are renamed so that they start with "Paris" instead of "Rome". All other information is kept. This is just an example. It would be easier to do the same without regular expressions of course.

1.1.15. Print options

Attention! This dialog makes only basic settings. All other settings you find in the dialog page setup and print and in the button "Extended settings".

1.1.15.1. Width/Height

Here you can enter the exact width and height for the pictures to be printed. The page will be filled with pictures of this size until no space is left.

1.1.15.2. Pictures per page

Here you can select between 1 and 128 pictures per page. The numbers are rounded to the next fitting number.

1.1.15.3. Fit to page

If you check this option the picture is cropped automatically so that it fits exactly to the print layout.

1.1.15.4. Set margins to minimum

Depending on the print options the margins are set to the minimal value. If you set the margins to a lower value the pictures are clipped. The minimum value depends on your printer.

1.1.15.5. Printer, Paper size, Printing resolution, Paper source

Here you can make basic settings for your printer. Attention! This dialog makes only basic settings. All other settings you find in the dialog page setup and print or in Extended settings.

1.1.15.6. Extended settings

If you press this button the printing menu is shown, so that you can make all settings for your printer-driver. If you press on 'print' the settings are accepted. If you want to print the page you must use the normal printing menu.

 

1.1.16. Print

This menu shows you the standard windows dialog for printing. Here you can change final settings for your printer. Attention! If you don't have a print preview you should use the menu Print preview.

1.1.17. Page setup

Here you can set the margins,. Attention! If you set the margins to a value below the minimum margin the pictures are clipped. You can set the margins to the minimum value, if you select the menu "Set margins to minimum" after adjusting the printer settings.

1.1.18. Set margins to minimum

Sets the margins to the minimum value (compare Set margins to minimum) (depending on the printer and the printer settings).

1.1.19. Print preview

Here you can preview the print and change printer settings.

1.1.19.1. Settings

Shows the dialog  print options.

1.1.19.2. Page setup

Shows the dialog page setup..

1.1.19.3. Columns, Rows

Sets the number of pages that are shown in the preview in one window.

1.1.19.4. < and >

Moves one page back or forward.

1.1.19.5. Print

Shows the  print dialog.

1.1.19.6. Close

Closes the window. The window can also be closed in the upper right corner.

1.1.20. Import language file/ edit language file

Imports and edits language files. The language file is an XML-file. The filename is  "JMGPhotoPrinterLangSettings.XML". The structure of the XML-file is "root//window-name//control//language:text".

1.1.20.1. file

1.1.20.1.1. open

Opens another than the standard language file. If you have opened a file you can import other files with the menu import.

1.1.20.1.2. import

After opening a  file you can import other files with this menu.

1.1.20.1.3. save

Saves the currently edited language file.

1.1.20.1.4. save as

Saves the currently edited language file under a different filename.

1.1.20.1.5. finish

Closes the form.

1.1.20.2. Search

   

1.1.20.2.1. search / search & replace

If you select this menu the dialog Search&Replace is shown. You can enter a search text and press on "Search" if you entered a text in "Replace by" you can press on replace (only after a text is found). You can disable and enable replace-mode in menu "replace". If you select "Regular expressions" you can enter a regular expression (basic commands are shown when pressing on ">").

1.1.21. Close

Closes the program. The program can also be closed by clicking the "x"-Box in the upper right corner. If you have unsaved files, the program asks, if you want to save them, all backup-files are deleted if you close the program.

1.2. Edit

This menu is also shown when clicking on a picture or a folder with the right mouse button (context menu). All menus, if not stated differently, relate to the selected (marked) pictures or folder (not to the checked ones). This Menu is only shown, if you are in explorer mode  (if you selected the upper treeview). Otherwise the database menus are shown (s. Context-Menü).

1.2.1. close

Closes the menu.

1.2.2. new folder

Creates a new folder in the selected directory.

1.2.3. Undo

Undoes the last change. Attention! Changes in the database can not be undone! Changes in the viewer that were not saved can also be undone by the "Undo"-Button. After saving an image all Undo-Information, that was not saved before, is lost.

1.2.4. Redo

Redoes the changes that were undone before.

1.2.5. Cut

Cuts the selected files and pictures to the clipboard. If the entry has unsaved changes also the picture is copied to the clipboard. After Paste the files are deleted. If the program has not been closed they can be restored by pressing Undo.

1.2.6. Copy

Copies the selected files or pictures to the clipboard.

1.2.7. Paste

Inserts the copied or cut pictures into the selected folder. Cut pictures are deleted after inserting. They can be restored by pressing Undo.

1.2.8. Delete

Deletes the selected (marked) files. Attention! If you want to delete the checked files you must click on "select checked" before. Deleted files can be restored with the "Undo"-function. After exiting the program all backups are deleted!

1.2.9. Rename

Changes to edit mode for the selected image or folder. The file- or folder-name can be changed.

1.2.10. Rotate right

Rotates the selected picture 90 degrees to the right. The file is recoded without quality loss. The old file is not deleted at once, but renamed. The file can be recovered with "Undo". If you close the window the old file is deleted.

1.2.11. Rotate left

Rotates the picture 90 degrees to the left. The file is recoded without quality loss. The old file is not deleted at once, but renamed. The file can be recovered with "Undo". If you close the window the old file is deleted.

1.2.12. rotate 180

Rotates the picture 180 degrees. The file is recoded without quality loss. The old file is not deleted at once, but renamed. The file can be recovered with "Undo". If you close the window the old file is deleted.

1.2.13. flip vertically

Flips the file vertically. A new Image is created. If you flip compressed files you loose quality.

1.2.14. flip horizontically

Flips the file horizontically. A new Image is created. If you flip compressed files you loose quality.

1.2.15. Auto rotate

If your camera saves the orientation of the picture, the picture can be rotated automatically. 

1.2.16. Send

If you want to send the selected pictures select "send selection" and if you want to send all checked pictures select "send checked".

1.2.16.1. email

Sends the selected or checked pictures with the default E-Mail-program. The pictures can be sent with the original size or with a smaller size. The quality (compression) can be changed as well (85% is good, 95% is very good quality). The lower the quality the smaller is the file size.

1.2.16.2. facebook

After logging into your facebook account you can select an album and enter a message. If you press send to facebook the selected or checked pictures will be uploaded to the selected album. Facebook group and friends are currently not available due to facebook privacy policy.

1.2.16.3. instagram

Resizes and saves the selected images to the selected folder. Uploading the pictures is only possible with the Instagram app. 650 pixels is the default size for Instagram.

1.2.16.4. twitter

After you login to twitter you can send images and messages to your twitter account.

1.2.16.5. skype

If you have installed Skype and accepted using the skype4com api, you can send images to skype. At the moment this is only experimental because the messages are shown before the images and in most cases only one image can be sent.

1.2.16.6. multipage tiff

With this menu a multipage tiff is generated from the selected pictures (at least 2 pictures must be selected). The file is saved in the selected folder.

1.2.17. Convert RAW

Converts the selected RAW-files to JPG. For doing this you must select in Tools:Options a RAW-Commandline-program and a RAW-Convert-Command (default values are for UFRAW-batch.exe).

1.2.18. Change size

Here you can like in send change the size to a fixed or to a free value. If you select "Original" only the compression is changed. "Overwrite" saves the file under the original filename (Attention!). "New name" adds to the filename the text in "Extension". "Copy to folder" copies the changed file to the selected folder. "Copy" copies the image to the clipboard (multiple images are copied into one image). You can select the folder by pressing on "Sel". By pressing on "Resize" you start the process of resizing. "Cancel" closes the program without making changes.

1.2.19. Number

If this menu is selected and you click on an image the filename is prefixed by a number. The number of digits is 5.

1.2.20. bulk edit

You can either edit the selected pictures or the checked pictures. After you have edited the first picture all other pictures are edited with the same settings.

1.2.21. bulk crop

You can either crop the selected pictures or the checked pictures. After you have cropped the first picture all other pictures are cropped with the same settings.

1.2.22. bulk renumber

All selected or checked images are numbered with the selected startindex and the selected step. The number is appended to the filename.

1.2.23. Select all

Selects all pictures in the window.

1.2.24. Uncheck

Unchecks all checked pictures.

1.2.25. Check selected

Checks all selected pictures.

1.2.26. Select checked

Selects (marks) all checked pictures.

1.2.27. Pictures per print

Sets the number of times a picture is printed. If the value is bigger than the number of pictures per page, then more than one page is printed.

1.2.28. Open with

Here you can select whether the selected picture is opened with the build in viewer and accordingly for RAW-Pictures with the registered program, the registered program ("Default application") or with a program you selected before by clicking on "Add application". If no program is checked the viewer is started automatically if you double click on an Image. You can select a program for auto start by right clicking on the entry or clicking on the menu auto start. If you click on a program with the left button it is also started. "Auto start" means that the checked program is started when you double click on an image.    

1.2.29. Properties

Here selected exif-data of the selected image is shown.

1.3. Favorites

Here you can save the most recently selected image as favorite ("Add"). If you click on a favorite you added before this image is selected automatically. In the submenu you can delete an entry from the favorites ("Delete"). You can also add and delete folders.

 

1.4. View

1.4.1. Toolbar

Shows or hides the toolbar.

1.4.2. Status bar

Shows or hides the status bar.

1.4.3. Folders   

Shows or hides the treeview with the folders (explorer-style).

1.4.4. Show subfolder

Sets wether apart from the images also the subfolders of the selected directory are shown in the listview.

1.4.5. Virtual mode

Attention! This mode is not tested very well. If you select this mode no more checkboxes are being shown. Thumbnails are shown on scroll (this can be very slow!).

1.4.6. Show pictures FTP/WebDav

As loading the preview-images can be very slow, you can switch off loading the images for ftp/WebDav.

1.4.7. Load images

In case preview-images are not loaded automatically, you can load the thumbnails for the visible listviewitems here.

1.4.8. Sort

Sorts all pictures in the listview alphabetically. If you press "Sort" again the sort order is reversed. Attention! If you sort the images, the checked images of other folders are no more in the topmost position. You can recognize pictures from other folders by the violet color.

1.4.9. Refresh

Refreshes the selected view (if the treeview is selected the treeview and the listview is reloaded and if the listview is selected only the listview is refreshed).

1.5. Tools

1.5.1. Print options

Shows the print options.

1.5.2. Multitasking

Attention! This function is experimentally. Especially the setting "on" + "File access" can cause in case of RAW-files problems if the selected RAW-program (s. RAW-Program) is not suited for multitasking. "on" switches on multitasking. "File access" switches on multitasking also for file access, this can cause problems. "Threads" should be set to the number of processors available (a quadcore has 4 processors). Threads determines how many threads are started at the same time. If you select to many threads the system can hang.

1.5.3. Options

1.5.3.1. Show raw pictures

If you entered a Raw-program and a Raw-thumb-command, thumbnails of RAW-files are shown in the listview.

1.5.3.2. Save raw thumbnails

If you select this option RAW-thumbnails are saved. This increases the speed of displaying the thumbnails in case you load them again. The extension of thumbnails is "_ThumbXXX.jpg". "XXX" is the thumbnail size.

1.5.3.3. Thumbnail size

Here you can adjust the thumbnail size. The maximum size is 256 pixel.

1.5.3.4. Raw-extension

Here you can set the extension of RAW-files. The extension depends on your camera.

1.5.3.5. RAW-.program

Here you can set the RAW-commandline-program. You can select the program by clicking on "selection". The predefined commands are for "ufraw-batch.exe".

1.5.3.6. RAW-thumb-command

Here you can set the commandline for generating thumbnails. Important is that the parameters "$Size" for the size, "$Thumb" for the thumbnail file and "$RAWFiles" for the RAW-file are set. Also you should select jpeg as the picture format.

1.5.3.7. RAW-thumb-fast-command

The parameters are the same as in the RAW-thumb-command. You must only tell the program by an additional parameter that it uses the embedded preview image. (For UFRAW "--embedded-image").

1.5.3.8. RAW-Convert-Command

Here the parameters are the same as in the RAW-Thumb-Command only the parameter for size is omitted.

1.5.3.9. Thumbnails

Here you can select whether the program uses the embedded preview images ("fast") or generates a downscaled version of the original ("slow"). If you use the embedded images it is possible that they are not up to date or of low quality. Normally the embedded images are of a reasonable quality.

1.5.3.10. Show pictures on scroll

This option is only recommended if you have a very fast computer and if you set the thumbnail-loading-speed to "fast", The program can hang and the scrolling can be a mess. This option should not be used, if RAW-pictures are displayed.

1.5.3.11.  Prompt to save changes

If you change pictures in the viewer and you selected this option, you are asked wether you want to save the pictures on closing the viewer.

1.5.3.12. JPG-Compression

Here you can adjust the jpg-quality in percent (this is valid if you save a picture in the viewer). The higher the value the bigger gets the file and the lower the value the higher is the compression. 95% is a very good quality.

1.5.3.13. use embedded color profile

If you select this option the program uses the embedded color profile of each picture. If you don't select this option the system-color-profile is used.

1.5.3.14. Folder preview

If you select this option four preview pictures of each folder are loaded randomly and displayed.

1.5.3.15. new image

here you can add the default name for scanned images. The name is suffixed by a number that has digits digits, starts at start and is increased by step.

1.5.3.16. use simple Mapi

If sending pictures by E-Mail does not work you can try this option.

1.5.3.17. send to thunderbird

If you have an old version of thunderbird and sending pictures by E-Mail does not work you should try this option.

1.5.3.18. disable undo

You can disable the undo function if you often run out of memory.

1.5.3.19. Auto correct threshhold

Here you can adjust the threshold for auto correction.

1.5.4. Language

Here you can select the language of the program. At the moment German and English are available. The program is designed in a way that also other languages can be added. Translators are welcome!

1.5.5. register shell extension

If you select this menu shell extensions for  "jpegfile", "giffile", "pngfile", "TIFImage.Document", "Paint.Picture" and folders are set.

1.5.6. remove shell extension

If you select this menu the shell extensions are removed.

1.5.7. add autoplay handler

If you select this menu photoprinter is registered as an autoplay handler for pictures. If you connect a media widh pictures you can select photoprinter to display these pictures.

1.5.8. remove autoplay handler

removes the autoplay handler.

1.5.9. add WIA camera import

If your camera is not mounted as an USB-drive you can add WIA camera import for loading pictures from your camera.

1.5.10. remove WIA camera import

Removes WIA camera import.

1.5.11. remove orphaned camera handlers

If you have registered more than one camera handler, you can use this menu to remove them.

1.5.12. uninstall

You should use this menu for uninstalling the program. Only this menu removes all handlers and extensions!

1.5.13. database

Here you can switch the database on and off.

1.5.14. reset twitter account

Resets the username and the password for the twitter account.

1.5.15. reset facebook account

Resets the username and the password for the facebook account.

1.6. Help

1.6.1. Contents

Shows this help file.

1.6.2. Index

Shows an index with all search phrases of this help file.

1.6.3. Search

Search for a arbitrary text in the help file.

1.6.4. Log

Shows the log-file with all error messages.

By pressing on "Send" the log file is sent to the author. Before sending the E-Mail you must paste the log from the clipboard into the mail if it is not inserted automatically.

1.6.5. Info

Shows the splash screen that is also shown the first time you start the program.

1.6.6. donate

If you like the program I would be happy if you send me a donation.

1.6.7. update

Checks the server for an update.

1.6.8. available memory

Shows the number of available Megabytes. Attention if you run the 32bit-application on a 64bit system this is the total available memory and not the available memory for the 32bit subprocess.

 

2. Viewer

The viewer is for showing pictures and has simple picture editing functions. Apart from this you can crop an image. If you want to make a selection then click on the starting point, keep the left mouse button pressed and draw the rectangle up to the end point You can change the rectangle by clicking and drawing on the marked points. If you select "Fit to print"  the rectangle is automatically adapted to the print settings. You select exactly the rectangle that is printed later. Attention! If you change printer settings later this is no more valid! You can also start external programs from the viewer (s. "Open with").

2.1. File

2.1.1. new

Here you can create an empty picture by setting picture width and picture height in pixels or by setting the paper size and the printing resolution (dpi).

2.1.2. open image library

Here you can open libraries for icons. The icons are selected in menu view: page.

2.1.3. Save

Saves the visible image with its original filename. Attention, changes made by picture editing or cropping must be saved, to be permanent. After saving an image all unsaved undo information is lost!

2.1.4. Save as

Saves the visible image with a new filename. After saving an image all unsaved undo information is lost!

2.1.5. rename

Here you can rename the loaded image.

2.1.6. Page setup

S. Page setup

2.1.7. Print preview

If an image is selected for printing you can select "Print preview". S.  Print preview.

2.1.8. send

Here you can send the opened image by e-mail(s. send).

2.1.9. Properties

s. Properties

2.2. Edit

2.2.1. undo

The undo function restores the last version of the visible picture-file.

2.2.2. repeat

Restores the version of the file that was undone before.

2.2.3. crop

After making a rubber band-selection with the mouse you can crop the picture with this function. This can also be done with the crop-button (s. toolbar). After cropping or editing the picture this menu changes to "Undo crop" or "Undo edit" and restores the last saved version of the file and discards all changes.

2.2.4. Reset selection

After making a rubber band selection with the mouse you can remove it with this function.

2.2.5. Copy

Copies the visible image or selection to the clipboard.

2.2.6. Delete

Deletes the visible image( s. toolbar and delete).

2.2.7. Rotate right

Rotates the picture 90 degrees to the right.

2.2.8. Rotate left

Rotates the picture 90 degrees to the left.

2.2.9. rotate 180

Rotates the picture by 180 degrees.

2.2.10. Rotate automatically

S. auto rotate.

2.2.11. free rotate

After making a rubber-band selection with the mouse you can rotate this shape with the mouse (s. toolbar)

2.2.12. flip vertically

Flips the image vertically(s. menu edit).

2.2.13. flip horizontically

Flips the image horizontically(s. menu edit).

2.2.14. Image processing

Allows changing the brightness, the contrast, the colors and the histogram of an image. For changing the black value you click on the left side of the diagonal and move it by pressing the left mouse button and moving the mouse to the right. For changing the bright value you click on the right upper end of the diagonal and move it by pressing the left mouse button and moving the mouse to the left. The "Reset" buttons reset the settings to the initial value.

2.2.14.1. autocorrect

2.2.14.1.1. RGB

Corrects the colors of the image. This function is only experimental! Sometimes it has good results sometimes the colors get worse. The settings of this function can be changed in options. If you uncheck this option the original version of the image is restored.

2.2.14.1.2. greyvalues

This function equalizes the greyvalues of an image. It can be uses both with color and with black&white pictures. If you uncheck this option the original version of the image is restored.

2.2.14.2. Image

2.2.14.2.1. invert

Inverts the colors of an image and creates a negative. If you uncheck this option the original version of the image is restored.

2.2.14.2.2. grey

Converts a color picture to a greyscale picture. If you uncheck this option the original version of the image is restored.

2.2.14.2.3. BW

Creates a 2 color (black&white) picture. If you uncheck this option the original version of the image is restored.

2.2.15. remove red eyes

After selecting the eyes with the mouse you can click on "remove red eyes". Then this window is shown. Make a circle around one eye and press "remove" to remove the red color. If necessary repeat this with the second eye. If the result is not OK you can change the threshold.

2.2.16. remove date stamp

First select a rectangle with the date stamp. Then press on "remove date stamp". This window is shown. Now click into the text and the text will be removed. You can adjust tolerance and margin to get better results.

2.2.17. Histogram

Shows a arbitrarily resizable histogram of the picture (dispersion of brightness). If you want to change the histogram use image processing.

2.2.18. text

If you want to enter text select a rectangle, then press on text: start insert, select the font and enter the text. When you are finished press insert and the text will be inserted into the image. Before you can move the rectangle with the text to the desired position.

2.2.19. detect faces

This menu is only available in the Emgu-version of the program.

2.2.20. Open with

Here you can select applications to open the visible image with. With "Add application" you can add a new program to the menu. "Default" loads the registered application for the image type. With a right click or by pressing on "Auto start" you can determine which program is started automatically by a double click on the image. With "Delete" you remove the selected program from the list. The applications you add here are the same as in the main window.

2.2.21.  clear clipboard

Clears the internal clipboard. This is sometimes necessary to paste new content from the system clipboard.

2.3. View

2.3.1. Full Screen

Changes to the full screen mode. You can also pres F11. You get back to normal mode by pressing on F11 again or on ESC. You can also press the "X" in the Full Screen menu. The mouse disappears automatically after 5 seconds. The Full Screen menu appears automatically if you move the mouse and disappears after 20 seconds or by pressing "x" in the upper right corner.

2.3.1.1. Full screen menu

The "full screen menu" appears, if you move the mouse in the full screen mode. It disappears after 20 seconds or by clicking on the little cross in the upper right corner.   starts the slide show (you can change the repeat rate under settings: slide show). stops the slide show (you may have to press several times to stop the slide show). changes to the previous picture and to the next picture. stops the full screen mode.

2.3.2. page

Here you can select the images of multi-image tiffs or icon libraries.

2.4. Favorites

S. Favorites

2.5. Settings

2.5.1. Fit to print

Depending on the printer setting the selection you make by clicking and drawing with the mouse is automatically sized, so that it fits exactly to the place it needs later when printing.

2.5.2. use embedded color profile

S. use embedded color profile .

2.5.3. Slide show

Here you can adjust the repeat rate for the slide show in seconds.

2.5.4. presentation mode

Prevents the screensaver if selected.

2.5.5. cut circle

If you make a selection width the mouse, a circle is selected.

2.5.6. cut ellipse

If you make a selection width the mouse, an ellipsis selected.

2.5.7. cut freehand

If you make a selection width the mouse, a freehand figure is selected. This figure is finished with a double click.

2.5.8. cut star

If you make a selection with the mouse, a star is selected.

2.5.9. cut polygon

If you make a selection width the mouse, a polygon is selected. This figure is finished with a double click,

2.5.10. reset

The selection is reset to default (rectangle)

2.5.11. brush

Here you can select a color for the brush. This is used for example if you cut a selection.

2.5.12. multi select

If you select this option, you can select, copy and paste multiple figures. Before selecting you must select a figure (s.cut circle-reset).

2.5.13. lock y

Locks the vertical position of the mouse.

2.5.14. lock x

Locks the horizontal position of the mouse.

2.6. The top toolbar

2.6.1. free rotates

If you select an object with the mouse you can rotate it freely after pressing this button.

2.6.2. cut circle

If you press this button, you can select a circle with the mouse.

2.6.3. cut ellipse

If you press this button, you can select an ellipse with the mouse.

2.6.4. cut star

If you press this button, you can select a star with the mouse.

2.6.5. cut polygon

If you press this button, you can select a polygon with the mouse. The figure is finished with a double click.

2.6.6. cut freehand

If you press this button, you can select a freehand figure with the mouse. The figure is finished with a double click.

2.6.7. reset

Resets the mouse selection to the default (rectangle).

2.6.8. write

If you press this button, you can enter text into the selected rectangle (s. text).

2.6.9. remove date stamp

S. remove date stamp.

2.6.10. multiselect

If you press this button, you can turn on multiselect (s. multi select).

2.6.11. remove selected multiselect

Removes the currently selected multiselect object.

2.7. The bottom toolbar

< and > move to the previous or next picture. If you check "Print" you select the visible picture for printing and you can adjust the number of prints in the numeric up down control. X deletes the visible image. 50%, 100% and 200% set the scaling factor of the image. "Fit" zooms the picture to the size of the window. turns the image by 90 degrees to the left, turns the image by 180 degrees and turns the image by 90 degrees to the right. + and -  scale the picture up and down. "Edit" starts Image processing, starts red eye removal, shows a toolbar with the figures (cut circle - reset) and with the button on the right hand side you can crop an image to the selected clipping region or undo changes you made before by crop or edit ( in this case the caption is "Undo").

3. Context menu

Here you have all options of the edit menu if you are in explorer-mode. Otherwise you have the database menus (see below).

3.1. The database context-menu

The database context menu is shown if you selected the database treeview (lower left window). If you selected the database this menu is also shown in the edit menu.

3.1.1. Cut, Copy, Paste and Insert Link

Here you can copy categories and paste them into other categories or move categories. Insert Link does not copy categories, but inserts a link to the original. If you select a linked category changes occur not only in this category but also in all linked categories. The symbol for a linked category is .

3.1.2. Add category

Here you can add a subcategory to the selected node.

3.1.3. Add picture

If you select this menu, a file-select box is shown and you can add pictures to the selected category (it is easier to do this by drag&drop).

3.1.4. Delete

Deletes the selected category

3.1.5. Slide show, number, remove numbers

If you select Slide Show you can arrange pictures to a slide show by drag&drop. If you want to show the pictures in another program, you can select number and the pictures and the files are numbered consequently. Remove numbers removes this numbering.

3.1.6. Add pictures on update, Remove pictures on update, Update data on update

Here you can adjust how the program behaves when selecting Update. If you select "Add pictures on update", the program adds all new pictures in the folder which is associated to the category. If you select "Remove pictures on update" all pictures are removed if the associated file does not exist. If you select "Update data on update"  the picture and the data (from the exif-information of the picture file) is updated on update.

3.1.7. Select folder

Here you can select the associated folder of a category. If you have imported the data from an existing folder hierarchy (by drag&drop or copy&paste) this association is done automatically. If no folder is associated to a category Update is disabled.

3.1.8. Update

Depending on the  settings, pictures of the selected category are added, updated or deleted.

3.1.9. Open folder

Here you can open the associated folder directly in the listview.

3.1.10. Properties

Shows the properties of the selected category.

3.1.11. Split

Opens another database treeview.

3.1.12. Refresh   

Reloads the data-treeview.

3.2. The Picture-Data-Listview context menu

If you select the database-treeview the database-listview is loaded.

3.2.1. Copy, Cut, Paste

These menus are for copying or moving database-entries to or from other categories

3.2.2. Delete   

Here you can delete the selected database entries. Attention there is no undo function for the database!

3.2.3. Update

Here the thumbnails of pictures are updated if pictures have changed.

3.2.4. Update Exif

If you select this menu, the Exif-Data of picture files is updated from the data in the database.

3.2.5. Properties

Here you can change the properties of the pictures in the database and if selected update the exif-data. Position is only relevant, if you activated the slideshow-mode.

3.2.6. File functions

If the database entry is associated to a file you can select the file functions.

3.3. The FTP/WebDav context menus

3.3.1. The treeview context menu

This menu is also available in the edit menu if you select a FTP/WebDav node.

3.3.1.1. undo

S. undo.

3.3.1.2. redo

S. redo.

3.3.1.3. copy, cut, paste

Copies/ cuts to the clipboard or pastes from the clipboard.

3.3.1.4. add folder

Adds a new folder to the selected directory.

3.3.1.5. delete

Deletes the selected folder

3.3.1.6. Remove server

If you selected a server node, you can remove this server.

3.3.1.7. Split

This menu is yet without function.

3.3.1.8. Refresh

This menu is yet without function.

3.3.1.9. Properties

If you select a server node you can edit the server properties.

3.3.2. The listview contect menu

3.3.2.1. undo

S. undo.

3.3.2.2. redo

S. redo.

3.3.2.3. copy, cut, paste

Copies/ cuts to the clipboard or pastes from the clipboard.

3.3.2.4. new folder

Adds a new folder to the selected directory.

3.3.2.5. delete

Deletes the selected folder or image

3.3.2.6. Update

Updates the selected folder / image from the server.

3.3.2.7. Properties

Shows the URL of the selected object.

 

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            How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs

  If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest
possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it
free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.

  To do so, attach the following notices to the program.  It is safest
to attach them to the start of each source file to most effectively
state the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least
the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.

    <one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.>
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    This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.

  If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short
notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:

    <program>  Copyright (C) <year>  <name of author>
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    under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.

The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
parts of the General Public License.  Of course, your program's commands
might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".

  You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

  The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
into proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you
may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with
the library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
Public License instead of this License.  But first, please read
<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>.

5. Credits