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Mar 19, 2011 14:21 |  #31

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Strange. All the versions of FastStone I've used require only the delete key to delete an image while viewing it.

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Very strange, all the versions I've used come up with a dialog box -

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Mar 19, 2011 16:18 |  #32

In FastStone Settings (F12), under the Viewer tab, the last option lets you choose how a single-file delete should work.

I have set it to: Recycle-Bin, No Confirmation.

Multiple-file delete will always require confirmation though. For me, that's not a bad idea. :)




  
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Mar 19, 2011 17:12 |  #33

agedbriar wrote in post #12051430 (external link)
In FastStone Settings (F12), under the Viewer tab, the last option lets you choose how a single-file delete should work.

I have set it to: Recycle-Bin, No Confirmation.

Multiple-file delete will always require confirmation though. For me, that's not a bad idea. :)

That's my setting, too. I guess I must have set it years ago when I first installed FastStone...

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Mar 19, 2011 17:49 |  #34

Still, the screen posted by Frank looks unfamiliar to me.
Below is what I get if I enable delete confirmation. (ver. 4.3)
Could be the OS kicking in?

Edit: My .CR2 files are not associated with FastStone, but I doubt that would make any difference.


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Mar 20, 2011 03:43 |  #35

Well, you live and learn. With that setting changed Faststone really does become top dog for culling. Thanks.


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Mar 21, 2011 05:44 |  #36

I use Microsoft raw image viewer. It works the same as windows picture and fax viewer. It's free from microsoft website...


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Mar 21, 2011 09:07 |  #37

Talking about FastStone Viewer ...

Version 4.3 has quite a number of editing tools added.

Adjust Lighting is a Shadows/Highlights correction tool. You also get Levels, Curves (with a large curve graphics) and Sharpening.

Well, yes, Photoshop has all those and more. ;)


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Mar 21, 2011 12:03 |  #38

Edsport wrote in post #12060995 (external link)
I use Microsoft raw image viewer. It works the same as windows picture and fax viewer. It's free from microsoft website...

Will this work on Windows 7 (64-bit)? I only saw the version for XP in the download section.


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Mar 21, 2011 12:09 as a reply to  @ Blurr Cube's post |  #39

Ran across this for Windows 7.

http://windows.microso​ft.com …ow-do-I-view-RAW-pictures (external link)


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Mar 21, 2011 12:13 |  #40

Blurr Cube wrote in post #12062706 (external link)
Will this work on Windows 7 (64-bit)? I only saw the version for XP in the download section.

Last thing I read on this subject was that Canon still hadn't released the codec for 64-bit Windows 7.


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Mar 21, 2011 20:33 |  #41

Blurr Cube wrote in post #12062706 (external link)
Will this work on Windows 7 (64-bit)? I only saw the version for XP in the download section.

I don't know. Sorry...


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Mar 22, 2011 02:00 as a reply to  @ Edsport's post |  #42

Blurr Cube wrote in post #12062706 (external link)
Will this work on Windows 7 (64-bit)? I only saw the version for XP in the download section.

Blurr Cube wrote in post #12062749 (external link)
Ran across this for Windows 7.

http://windows.microso​ft.com …ow-do-I-view-RAW-pictures (external link)

Answering my own question here. Apparently this (Windows Live Photo Gallery or Viewer) will not work for Windows 7 (x64). It boils down to needing a Canon Raw Codec, which does not exist for Windows 7 (x64). :(

There is one (Canon codec) for Windows 7 (x32) however.

Lightroom 3 and DPP 3.9 works too for Windows 7 (x64).


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Mar 22, 2011 02:12 |  #43

Blurr Cube wrote in post #12062706 (external link)
Will this work on Windows 7 (64-bit)? I only saw the version for XP in the download section.

You need the "FastPictureViewer WIC Codec Pack 1.70" which you can find by googling it. Newer versions are not free, but 1.70 is and it works for me on Win7 Home Premium x64.




  
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Mar 22, 2011 03:06 |  #44

ncjohn wrote in post #12067658 (external link)
You need the "FastPictureViewer WIC Codec Pack 1.70" which you can find by googling it. Newer versions are not free, but 1.70 is and it works for me on Win7 Home Premium x64.

Version 1.7 is no longer available and anybody distributing it is breaking their license agreement. Just pay up for the proper version, it's worth it.


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Mar 22, 2011 10:32 as a reply to  @ hollis_f's post |  #45

Well Canon should just make the codec for Win 7 (x64). I mean they already did it for the 32 bit.

As of now, I can live with using DPP as a raw viewer.


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