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Hi all,
thank you for your fast response - as always.
Regarding 1): the option "fit to window" for the next file works as you described. But there are situations, when I want to switch between different files as a higher magnification to see, which one is sharper in a series.. One solution would be to have a keyboard modifyer for switching to other files while keeping the current zoom factor. For instance "Shift" + the key or mouse commend that's used to jump to the next/previous picture could preserve the zoom setting, while without the "Shift" key it would fall back to "fit to window". But actually I see "fit to window" as a special zoom value/setting that could/should be kept if the setting for "Image zoom on next file" is set to "keep zoom ratio" is active. This doesn't work as expected...
Let's assume this situation: "zoom out" is limited to "fit to window" and I'm looking at a photo in portrait mode. I zoom in with the mouse wheel and zoom out again. The zoom out action stops as soon as the image fits the window. Fine. The zoom level is at 7% now.
Then I switch to the next photo, which is in landscape orientation. The image appears smaller than "fit to window", at 7%. This shouldn't happen. It should "fit to window". The other scenario starts with a landscape photo, zooming in and out using the mouse again. The photo is displayed in "fit to window" zoom level of 10,4%. When I navigate to the next/previous photo in portrait mode, it will be displayed cropped, because of the zoom level being 10,4% now.
Is there a combination of settings in the preferences, which fixes this problem? I think if the lowest value with the "fit to window" option on for the lower zoom range, should always be "fit to window", but never smaller. Therefore the current behavior is inconsistent. I hope this makes sense. Otherwise I'm happy to explain better once more.
regarding 2): thank you so much for your quick change. I'm looking forward to seeing it in the next update.