Now PhotoName 2.0 is working well but it must be completed with all the features that PhotoName 1.x has and the documents has to be updated. I am really excited about getting it out for download. An early screenshot:
These are the command line arguments that control the actions of pnp.exe, that you can send to it: -fld [folder] Renames all images in a specific folder. Specify the folder with images you want to rename, or type start to search for images in the same folder that pnp.exe is started from. Starting pnp.exe like […]
This is basically a Swedish version of this post.
The portable version of Photoname (pnp.exe) doesn’t have a GUI, but it is pretty simple to use anyway. You can either start it from the command interface and pass arguments to it to tell it what to do, or you can double click on it, and then tell it what to do. If you want […]
The following changes are made to PhotoName. The Options dialog (click Behaviour and Other settings) lets you control what will happen if you double click an image in the list. A new drop down menu (Edit) is added to the menu bar. From there you can change what images are selected in the list. You […]
The latest feature in PhotoName: Make a HTML gallery from a bunch of photos! Download PhotoName from here. If you have a previous version installed, remember to uninstall that first (from the Windows Control Panel).
A new dialog for manipulating the programs behavior is added. From there, you can tell PhotoName what to do with images that lacks an embedded photo date. Download PhotoName from this page, but remember to uninstall any previous version first. For more posts on this application, check the PhotoName tag.
Two changes have been made. PhotoName does a more effective image caching to be able to display thumbnails faster, and a directory list is added. The directory list can be used to navigate to any child directory or to the parent directory, without having to open the folder browser. Also, the directory list tells you […]
I have just decided to look in to F#, the new functional .NET language by Microsoft. It installs with Visual Studio 2010, and it can be installed for Visual Studio 9. I use Visual Studio 9 for my everyday work, so I installed it from here (click on the word MSI in the first paragraph […]
A smaller update of the graphical user interface is done. I have also changed the screen shot on the program page, to reflect this change.