XYplorer 16.30.0000 has been released on 23-Feb-2016. Here’s a quick introduction to the main new features:
Color Histogram. The Floating Preview now sports an optional color histogram. Lets you check out your photos' color channels in a blink.
In the Floating Preview (F11), press Ctrl+H when previewing an image to show the image's histogram. A photo by Stephen Shore serves as an example:
Pressing Ctrl+R will toggle between the Color and the Luminance Histogram. Here is the latter:
You can leave the Color Histogram visible while browsing through images; it will be updated without any notable delay. Here is another Stephen Shore photo:
Thumbs Gallery. Now it's easy to quickly toggle between normal thumbnails
and a hardcore gallery mode without captions, padding, or white space. The
classic wall of pictures.
(Pro Edition Only)
Let's compare a rather regular thumbs view (captions, padding, frames, show whole images) with an extreme thumbs gallery (no captions, no padding, no frames, images zoomed to fill):
Both has been possible in earlier versions of XYplorer, but now there is a new scripting command that let's you toggle between both views in an instant. To turn the current thumbnails into an extreme thumbs gallery simply run this line through the address bar:
To return to the pretty regular mode run this line through the address bar:
Or if you want something a little cooler to just toggle between the two settings:
thumbsconf((thumbsconf() == '0,1,0,0') ? '1,0,4,2' : '0,1,0,0');
Find the details of the thumbsconf command in the Help's Scripting Commands Reference.