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Dear Sir:

To completely disable JPEG display: add *.JPG  (and *.JPEG if you use this extension) to Preferences - File Handling - Ignore extensions when file browsing list. FRV will completely ignore such files: do not pair with RAW in RAW+JPEG mode, do not show in thumbnails list and even will refuse to display file if you drop somefile.jpg in program window.

JPEG XMP Rating/Labels editing: by default it turned off because in not 'Raw+jpeg' mode editing XMP for JPEG will kill XMP for RAW with same name and vice versa.

So, if you really want to edit XMP for JPEG files you need to turn it of by:

 Windows: open registry editor (regedit), navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\LibRaw LLC\FastRawViewer\Prefs and change EnableJPEGXMP value to 1

 Mac OS X: issue this command in Terminal window:

defaults write com.libraw-llc.FastRawViewer Prefs.EnableJPEGXMP 1


Long filenames: Full filename, regardles of length is displayed in:

* Window title bar

* Tooltip poping up in Thumbnails/Filmstrip panel when mouse pointer is over file icon

Unfortunately, if we allow arbitrary filename length in bottom bar, it will affect heavily display of 'if fits' entries in bottom bar, so we opted to limit filename, foldername and EXIF fields in bottom bar


Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team