What does nomacs mean?
First, when we started with the RAW support, the MacBeth color charts mostly did not have the colors expected when we loaded the images in nomacs. Second, we solely supported Windows and Ubuntu in the beginning. At this point we want to thank all the supporters who translate nomacs or build it on other OS.
Is it possible to put the thumbnails vertically at the left edge of the screen?
Yes, you can right click on the thumbnails panel and then choose e.g. ‘Show Left’. You can even undock the thumbnails if you do not like the nice overlay effect.
Is it possible to stop movies such as GIF or MNG?
Yes, you can hit pause in the toolbar player or by selecting View > Stop Movie. If you then save the image, the currently displayed frame will be written.
What is the synchronization all about?
We are involved in image processing. Hence, we often need to compare the same image after different processing stages. So we wanted something that does this job faster and easier than Photoshop. That was the initial motivation behind nomacs.
How can I support nomacs?
Your support is always appreciated. You can either support us by:
- translating nomacs to your language
- porting nomacs to a system not yet supported (it should compile on every system that is supported by Qt)
- coding (bug fixes & additional features are always welcome)
- and last but not least you can donate
How to translate nomacs?
Here is a short introduction how to translate nomacs to your language.
Does nomacs support Windows XP and/or Vista?
The answer is yes and no. So neither Windows XP nor Vista are supported in future developments since nomacs 3.0. However, nomacs 2.4.6 is a pretty stable version which you can use on these operating systems.
How to make an unattended installation of nomacs?
When using Windows you can make an unattended installation of nomacs. Take a look at this post for more details.
Why is the 64-bit version installed into Program Files (x86)?
The thing is, that we need to install both, the 64 and the 32-bit versions into the same directory for easy maintenance. Since Program Files (x86) exists on every Windows OS we chose this directory by default. However, you can choose Program Files during installation if you like your apps sorted with respect to their bitness.