Image (Full Screen) Context Menu  

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The following table summarizes the commands included in this context menu.

 

Command

Hot key

Function

Exit

Esc

Closes the window

Crop or resize image

C

Opens the Image (Non Full Screen, Framed) WindowIDH_image_non_full_framed and sets it in cropping allowed mode

Show folder containing this picture

F

Opens the Windows file explorer showing the folder containing the current picture

Close this view and open normal view

B

Changes window into the Image (Non Full Screen, Framed)WindowIDH_image_non_full_framed  or Image (Non Full Screen, Unframed) WindowIDH_image_non_full_unframed depending on the window from which the current window has been obtained

Open normal view without closing this view

 

Same as above, but the current window remains open

Restore image as it was before altering

CTL-Z

Restore image as it was before altering (only if previous file found in temporary folder

Zoom in

+

Increases size of picture by 20% steps

Zoom out

-

Decreases size of picture by 20% steps

Main panel

P

Opens the Image Viewer window

Delete picture

Del

Deletes image file of the current picture

Copy picture to clipboard

Ctl-C

Copies image in the clipboard

Edit picture

E

Calls program selected as picture editor in the Image Viewer window

Refresh picture

F5

Rebuilds the window (normally not needed)

Save file as...

A

Allows you to create a copy of the image file and put it in a directory of your choice

Hide mouse pointer if too central on/off

 

When this option is selected, the mouse pointer will be hidden if, upon showing a picture, its position is too central  (i.e. within a rectangle in the middle of the screen, with sizes 4/10 of the screen width and height respectively.