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Jakyll Jul 25 @ 12:47pm 
nice looking all-in-one tool with basic editing functions
Zorak #VOLTAERE Jun 26 @ 6:10pm 
Interesting
Viees Jun 24 @ 11:17pm 
This Software looks awesome. Great Video!
La_Миньето Jun 1 @ 9:17am 
VERY GOOD
matthew.clevinger May 31 @ 8:31am 
Looks nice and I will support. Price less than $3 and I will get.
Saiydat May 25 @ 11:49am 
Cool
Draol [X] May 17 @ 8:19am 
very good
Ulysse May 5 @ 1:15am 
Amazing
snhworks development Apr 19 @ 6:58pm 
Nice, supporting this
DRIFTER911 Apr 19 @ 1:38am 
That upper selector is cool
AbsoultMMA Apr 13 @ 3:10pm 
Good
cajetillaelchabon Apr 7 @ 4:32pm 
It's look pretty good, voted!
FEDUK Mar 27 @ 4:33pm 
А почему бы и нет лёгенькая программа не Adobe но всё таки
jstenuf Mar 25 @ 11:33pm 
Looks cool. Waiting to see the price.
MrChubaka(7days ban in cs go) Mar 20 @ 10:07am 
Steam add .this cool viewer tool
Onihikage Mar 6 @ 11:56am 
Well, I'll probably end up buying it anyway, so I'll let you know one thing I'd like to see - an option to view duplicate or similar images. Whether that means a bitwise comparison or image analysis, being able to scan through my hundreds of images to see if I've downloaded any duplicates over the years would be a big help.
mnaydenov  [author] Mar 6 @ 2:12am 
@Onihikage This is a work in progress, the value will only increase. Next release will have Rotate and Crop for instance, and I have a list of features for at least a year worth of work :)
Onihikage Mar 5 @ 4:08pm 
I would pay money for it, but not very much. The convenience and functionality of the program just isn't worth very much, even to someone who knows how lousy the stock Windows Photo Viewer actually is. (to the uninitiated: functionality since the XP version has been reduced, which makes absolutely no sense)
kank0 Mar 5 @ 8:14am 
cool
☮Ⓑ⓪Ⓡ⓪Ⓗ☮ Mar 2 @ 4:34am 
Looks good.

@HADES2001 Yes, I would pay for it, because it is not in my OS, at least not in this kind.
Al Jizzeera Feb 18 @ 11:45am 
this is the imageviewer i've been looking for. serious respect to the developer! thanks for making this.
HADES2001 Feb 17 @ 9:41am 
some people on her.. serious... you would pay money for something wich is in your OS allready ? no
Jman88s Jan 31 @ 4:16pm 
Why would someone waste their money on a photo viewer? You can easily look at photos with the built-in one, or on google chrome.
Nadienne Jan 22 @ 8:13am 
interesting
[Evil Inc.]Lobo Jan 2 @ 7:06pm 
Looks great
Germán.AGA Jan 2 @ 2:06am 
Very Very good. Great Job!!
VąŁέŗā Ņåĝąŧø Dec 7, 2013 @ 11:38am 
Nice job.
Chaython Nov 20, 2013 @ 9:34pm 
There's a better image viewer built into every OS why do people constantly download bloatware. :(
mnaydenov  [author] Nov 12, 2013 @ 2:02am 
@Bilgediver, Yes It will feature resize/crop/rotate, it will not happen overnight, though :)
Bilgediver Nov 11, 2013 @ 5:05pm 
hope it has even HALF the functionality of irfanview. I absolutely love irfanview for all my image viewing/editing/BATCH editing needs. Will it do any editing as well or is it just for vewiing?
mnaydenov  [author] Oct 30, 2013 @ 11:01am 
Thanks, monsto, for your feedback.
About the ancient/legasy file formats - thay are already in and they do no increase the size because all of them are small and simple (one page of code) and don't need a separate library like the big ones (jpeg, png, exr). They are however used by some people for various reasons to this day. Even the next realese (1.4.3) will have a minor improvement on that front, which was based on user request (recognize and open .rgb files).
About RAW. yes I am forgeting for it for the moment, it was however requested, at leaset only as preview.
About paid vs free and related. You have a point. It will either be a split in functionality or *extremely* low price. I am not too worried for now, though, because I have a ton of work to do to be able to compete.

"On related news" 1.4.3 is almost ready, mainly polishing now. It will bring pretty big improvements in browsing, both in speed and functionality. Should be out within a week. Thanks.
monsto Oct 30, 2013 @ 9:58am 
looks good. ++

I would suggest, however, that you have a free, watered down version and then a paid version that adds plugins and whatever other features.

There's no paid image viewer in the world that could compete with all the free programs out there. irfanview is almost as good and it's free with tons of it's own features... the most important of which is that it's free.
monsto Oct 30, 2013 @ 9:48am 
I haven't even looked at the program yet, but I say FORGET "RAW" support if it's not already in there.

More to the point, forget obscure and ancient-legacy file formats. We all know that 99.9995% of users will be covered by viewing about 20 formats. By dropping the rest of it, the program remains small and fast.
oldtimer3 Oct 29, 2013 @ 7:52am 
Downloaded the free one from the website last night, really impressed.....
Karin Aziz Jahaad Oct 20, 2013 @ 10:16am 
Good, very good!
mnaydenov  [author] Oct 19, 2013 @ 3:42am 
Fragment uses (a modified version of) FreeImage for image loading. The file format list is the same however, excpet there is no RAW support for now, but is comming.
It should also be noted that not all formats are "created equal" - some are (much) more optimized than others (jpeg vs psd for instance)
Here's the list (see on the right)
http://freeimage.sourceforge.net/features.html
rared2w64 Oct 19, 2013 @ 3:13am 
Which file formats will be supportet by Fragment? [I hope many, if possible]
fkoconis Oct 8, 2013 @ 8:21pm 
Love the speed; price target of <$2 is excellent.
Karin Aziz Jahaad Oct 5, 2013 @ 4:08pm 
Good help for view image!
Ѫἕҟ+†+ṊﭐᾒڵӑӇ Sep 29, 2013 @ 5:04am 
pffff
Nintendo Sep 26, 2013 @ 10:37am 
always looking for a new photo editor like this!
Golgak the Interminable Sep 25, 2013 @ 8:33pm 
As soon as this can view .cr2 RAW images, I will buy it!
psnn' #RJ Sep 25, 2013 @ 11:23am 
It looks very nice.
Regime Sep 24, 2013 @ 7:33am 
Good to see that it's available on Linux.
Paladin Sep 21, 2013 @ 8:27pm 
Looks cool!
Discofix Aug 31, 2013 @ 4:31am 
Like :)
mnaydenov  [author] Aug 30, 2013 @ 12:49am 
@ChronicGavin I am using the official way of doing this (on the desktop) - through an embedded browser. I do not read or store any info. Everything is handled trough the FB http requests and the browser (and it's cookies) behind the scenes. The access is thus only temporal, one should relogin after the alowed access runs out or becomes invalid.
Gnome Pirate The Lawyer Aug 29, 2013 @ 11:51am 
helpful as hell :D Also I'm breaking the 69 magical number of commentS :D if teh price will be good i'll buy it :D
ChronicGavin Aug 29, 2013 @ 6:43am 
For the first little bit of me watching you're videos I was thinking 'pasca' then you showed how easy it is for uploading pics to Facebook. But I have to ask do you store the login info or will it be stored on our local machines?
It's still possible Aug 20, 2013 @ 4:52am 
many function