Ok, a few updates...
Over in this thread
, I saw deano looking for context menus, and thought it would work well as it doesn't have any impact on the main UI. So, there's a shortcut in the Windows Explorer context menu now for JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and SVG files. i.e. Right-click on one of those image types. I used the least possible impact on the system so as not to take any resources for that. No COM stuff or loading DLLs or any of that nonsense.
Also, someone had mentioned presets, but I just can't see adding in anything to the visible UI as it would clutter things up and get confusing. There's already a lot there for some people. Soooo...
-, +, F2, F3 now size the image to presets by width (height is relative):
Preset were all chosen according to popular monitor and camera resolutions.
They cycle as well. So once you hit the minimum or maximum, it flips back to the maximum or minimum, respectively.
Arrow keys and PageUp/Down keys still work as before. 16px increments for arrow keys and 64 pixel increments for PageUp/Down.
Basically, just "silent" type modifications. No noise in the UI, but a few things to make it easier to use.
Very shortly I will get on top of that nice new shiny Help & Manual license and do a help file even.
Mostly big screenshots and "how to" task-based stuff for people. (I was soooo hoping to win that, and soooo glad when I did~!