Qimage updated to v2007.160|
(Friday, February 23, 2007 - 15:22 EST)
Mike Chaney, author of popular Windows imaging utility Qimage, just emailed us to let us know he's released a new version (v2007.160) with some new features and bug fixes.
If you're not already familiar with Qimage, we've said it before and we'll say it again. We rate it as one of the most consistently useful (and frequently improved) shareware imaging programs we've come across. We use it regularly ourselves, and its features span the gamut from printing (the original forte and reason behind the program's existence) to image editing, filtering, batch-processing, management, comparison, slide-shows and a whole lot more besides.
Updates in Qimage v2006.200 are as follows:
A demo of the program can be downloaded for a 30-day trial, and unlocked to enable your choice of features - either Lite ($34.95), Professional ($49.95), or Studio ($89.95). A copy on CD can be purchased for a further premium of $10. The program is available only on the Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, and Vista platforms.
- Vista compatible help: New HTML based help is not only compatible with Windows Vista, but is also available any time you need it by just pressing F1. The F1 help key is now supported on all Qimage windows and selectable controls. Selecting a control such as an edit box, check box, radio button, or dropdown anywhere in Qimage and pressing F1 will immediately take you to the most pertinent section of the program help!
- New download logic from the "Help", "About" window in Qimage v2007.160 ensures faster and more reliable upgrading from within Qimage.
- Disappearing jobs: Fixed an issue where saved print jobs were being deleted if users started the job file name with a number instead of a letter.
- Image info: Corrected the file name displayed on the "Image Info" window so that long file names no longer overwrite other information on the window.