I see the picture used to click the left mouse button to turn the page. The general viewing software basically clicks on the right half of the screen to display the next image, and clicks on the left side of the screen to return to the previous image.
Can Directory Opus's image viewer be designed as such?
Directory Opus's image viewer can only be set to click the left mouse button to display the next image, without looking back at the settings of the previous image.
See Preferences / Viewer / Mouse Buttons / Click left/right edges to go to previous/next picture.
Thanks, I got it, Directory Opus is great, I like it very very much.
Surprised did i not know about this feature, nice. Maybe i did and forgot about it.
Aside, note I renamed the title for others who might be looking
Add another question,
The Image viewer window is maximized, not full screen. Can the Image viewer hide the title bar and status bar, and when the mouse moves to the top or bottom of the screen, can they still appear?
Press Alt+Enter to toggle full screen. When you're in full-screen you can click at the top to toggle the menu bar on and off.
I don't want full screen, just want to maximize, so I can keep the Windows taskbar.
No there's no option for that, sorry.