XnViewMP 0.64 Released with Database Improved, Install in Ubuntu

January 9, 2014 — Leave a comment

XnViewMP Ubuntu

XnViewMP image viewer 0.64 has been released recently. This release improved the database so that it loads thumbnails really fast now!

XnViewMP 0.64 also fixed a large number of bugs and added various requested features:

  • “Cut” option is missing in Linux
  • Linux deb install in sbin
  • Switching between Browser/Viewer by keyboard
  • Can’t rename a filename if it contains a colon in Linux
  • Added file associations to the shipped .desktop file
  • Hidden folder not shown on linux
  • Right-click on folder tree doesn’t select
  • Import and copy feature
  • “Properties” don’t work on folders
  • On Windows, when dragging a file into folder treeview, use Move by default if same partition
  • Batch convert and folder with only subfolder
  • DB infos get lost with rename in conflict dialog
  • Paste on selected folder
  • Wrong data in information pane
  • XMP/ExifTool pane slow with long XMP data
  • Browser can’t be closed with mouse click
  • Rating/label shortcut can be modified now
  • Layout saved now contains thumbnail size
  • Filters and adjustements use current selected area
  • Keyboard/mouse settings in Interface pane
  • Synchronize with files (to reload Metadata)
  • and more

Download & Install XnView MP:

For Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian, download the .deb package:

XnViewMP-linux.deb (For 32 Bit)

XnViewMP-linux-x64.deb (For 64 Bit)

Windows, Mac OS and other packages are available in official announcement

XnViewMP Ubuntu

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