Pictus 1.6.0 released

This release adds WebP support, allows configuring of the next/previous mouse buttons and adds some extra keyboard shortcut actions. There’s also some various bug fixes, as usual.

6 responses to “Pictus 1.6.0 released”

  1. Dave says:

    I was wondering if there were any plans to make Pictus touch screen aware so a person could just scroll through a series of photos just by swipping?

  2. poppeman says:

    No plans as of now. I don’t have any appropriate hardware and touch seems to have flopped on PC.

  3. Dave says:

    “touch seems to have flopped on PC” ? WOW that’s news to me. Thanks anyway

  4. ripu says:

    I love Pictus. Thanks for making it and sharing. I just have couple of wishes.
    1. When I zoom by scrolling on laptop touchpad, it zooms too fast, can’t control. So please make it step by step like in mouse scrolling.
    2. On zooming to 100% in a large photo by double clicking, it goes to centre of the photo. It will be great, if it zooms to wherever the cursor is instead.
    2. Suppose a large photo is zoomed at bottom of the photo and I want to view the top part. I will have to drag, leave the button, drag again multiple times. It will be nice, if it moves bottom to top and left to right with a single drag. I know it sounds like too fast uncontrollable dragging. But I have seen this is done in another place where you can drag a 100% zoomed 6000×4000 photo in single drag without feeling uncontrollable.

  5. Tony says:

    Would you please add an option where pressing S (or any key, doesn’t matter) will show/hide the status bar? Most of the time I keep the status bar turned off but sometimes I need to turn it on temporary and it would be so much easier just to press a single key.

  6. Ross says:

    I know just how dumb this will sound but…How do I download it? Off github?