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    Platinum Lounger
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    IrfanView is one of the most popular ware graphics applications around. Unfortunately, many of its features can be somewhat obscured and perhaps a touch "cryptic". In Depth with IrfanView is a very comprehensive 10 part tutorial covering some of its lesser known capabilities.

    Alan

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    Thanks for that Alan. Irfanview has always been a bit of a mystery to me and I just haven't had the time to play with another image manipulation program to learn it. This will make the learning curve less severe.
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    Thanks Alan!

    I'll come back to this post if ever I have a need for more serious Irfan Viewing in the future.

    PS: note a Lounger was the first one (that I know) to put up an IView tutorial, and many years ago!

    IrfanView Resize/Resample Tutorial, by Bruce Krymow

    (unfortunately the link to the tutorial is not working now)
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    [quote name='diegol' post='786628' date='28-Jul-2009 21:50']PS: note a Lounger was the first one (that I know) to put up an IView tutorial, and many years ago![/quote]
    Evidently the domain is still active but Bruce uses it entirely for storage, etc. Here's what you see if you visit the top-level domain:
    www.krymow.com

    In the event of any wonder, there is no front end since
    all directories are private or for storage only, so this index
    page will probably never be updated with anything pretty.


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