Opening photos through FreeCommander on Win10

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Ayrton01CZ
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Opening photos through FreeCommander on Win10

#1 Post by Ayrton01CZ » 02.12.2015, 10:10

Hi,

I'm using FreeCommander XE 2015 Build 685 32-bit public on Windows 10

I have a problem with opening photos in Free Commander using a new default photo app "Photos" in When I open a folder with photos in Windows Explorer, I can open one photo and then cycle through the rest of them within the app, but when I open a photo using Free Commander (just selecting a photo and press Enter to open through the default app), I can view only the photo I've opened, I can't cycle through them, I have to close the app and open the second photo, and third etc.

Hopefully I haven't missed this thread anywhere here, but I didn't see it!

Thank you!

pOpY
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Re: Opening photos through FreeCommander on Win10

#2 Post by pOpY » 03.02.2017, 19:49

Its been a while since this thread started.
But is there a solution for this?
I have the same issue in WIndows 10x64 with FreeCommander x64.

thx
pOpY

pOpY
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Re: Opening photos through FreeCommander on Win10

#3 Post by pOpY » 03.02.2017, 20:13

I found a workaround, use "Windows IMage-Viewer" as default app rather than "Photos" and it works.
But a solution for the "Photos" App would be nice.

thx
pOpY

Russell78
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Re: Opening photos through FreeCommander on Win10

#4 Post by Russell78 » 24.01.2018, 09:03

Same problem here.


while waiting for a solution I have to suggest to use the File/View command (or press F3, that is easier)

http://www.freecommander.com/fchelpxe/e ... ?View.html

On my computer it also looks way faster then "Photos" opening itself and showing the image :!:


BTW, it can be also nicer to have the way to double click on images and open the Viewer (not Photos), but it looks it is not an external exe :cry:
(or I did not found the way to set it as default)
any help doing that is wellcome

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