Projects / JImageView


JImageView is a Java image viewing application. It allows viewing of GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIF, BMP (Win95 type), and any other type of images that the Java Advanced Imaging (JAI) API supports. It has been tested on Linux and Windows, and should work on Solaris as well.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Aug 2002 16:47

    Release Notes: Images can now be saved (although this is a beta feature). A file selection bug for JDK 1.4 was fixed. A recursive creation of thumbnail directories bug was fixed. Thumbnail creation was improved. Multi-file open on startup can now be done via the command-line. Threading was improved. A full-screen image loading bug was fixed. A Solaris command-line open bug was fixed.

    •  18 Mar 2001 05:41

      Release Notes: Slideshow, thumbnail view, and a progress/status bar have been added in addition to various minor bugfixes and performance improvements.

      •  10 Feb 2001 00:18

        Release Notes: Thumbnails can now be cached to disk, and various minor GUI improvements and bugfixes have been made.

        •  22 Jan 2001 07:49

          Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes, GUI improvements, and Webstart version released.

          •  05 Jan 2001 22:17

            Release Notes: This release includes a new method for file selection, other GUI improvements, and minor bug fixes.


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