Irfan View keyboard shortcuts

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17 Responses

  1. serantatt says:

    I found this site using [url=http://google.com]google.com[/url] And i want to thank you for your work. You have done really very good site. Great work, great site! Thank you!

    Sorry for offtopic

  2. Dr says:

    Thank you. Glad u like it.

  3. Merllie says:

    Sorry, I have a question.
    If I am using Irfanview to scan, I usually use this short-cut key:

    CTRL + SHIFT + A: Acquire/Batch Scanning. And hit the “Enter” button.

    I would like to know the next short-cut key I can use instead of clicking on the “preview” button. I hope you know what I mean. Thanks in advance.

  4. Dr says:

    Can’t help you there Merllie – Im afraid theres no shortcut for that.

  5. exhoosier says:

    Why is there no link to remove the program?

  6. Dr says:

    As in, uninstall?

  7. Bob Thompson says:

    Can you tell me how to instantly fit the image to the window? If I zoom to a small section of the image (high zoom factor) I want to be able to *quickly* get back to my full image view without having to press “unzoom” 50 times.

    Thanks.

  8. Dr says:

    It’s the
    SHIFT + W Fit images to window
    OR
    Shift + 0 Full (100%) image view

  9. Bob Thompson says:

    Is there a way to pan in Irfanview, besides just dragging the scrollbar on the right/bottom of the window? There seems to be no key for this. Scrolling the mouse wheel moves to the next/previous image. Ctrl-scroll zooms in and out. It’s a real pain to have to pan by dragging the scrollbars.

  10. Dr says:

    I use the arrow keys for that, Bob.

  11. morpheas768 says:

    Is there any way to change these keyboard shortcuts?

    *Even with the registry editor, or any other way.

  12. tset says:

    is there a way to stop an automatic slideshow for comments spoken by a person?

  13. Rich says:

    Great work on compiling this. One question – it appears that ctrl + page up/down doesn’t work after version 3.85. Space bar appears to be the only way to advance to the next file. Are there any other shortcuts to advance?

    Thanks

  14. Dr says:

    @Rich: I have 4.28 and still works. You can do it with arrow keys just as well.

    @tset: not following you there.

  15. sarma says:

    I am using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 ver and scanning thro’ file > import ? wia USB5800. Can I have direct shortcut key to scan after opening the adobe photoshop software without operating the mouse… Plz. advise me.

  16. Dr says:

    Didn’t find any Sarma, sorry.

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