I used the following
>FastStone Image Viewer
and IrfanView is literally the best one both in speed of loading files and the previews it also has infinite possibilities comparing files running it 1000 times and shit like that literally a god-tier software but cringy UI and Icon. god damn it.
>normal UI similar to what everyone was fine with for 30 years
No, "MUH MODERN!" is the cringe. You're literally whining about a program's aesthetics
Stop being a fucking poser and use what works best
Why do you fags insist on every interface looking like some fisher price toy bullshit? Metro, material, whatever the fuck apple is calling their shit now .. they all look like they were designed for literal retards.
Holy fuck the site looks like its from the 90s, just look at this shit it looks like they made it in powerpoint.
Who said it was god-tier?
It's just an image viewer. A good one at that
>cringy UX and UI
Irfanview is indeed the king, but :
>still shitting itself when opening an image amongst 25000 in a folder, can't close it until it has loaded all of the infos on the other ones.
>thumbnails mode limited to 32000 or something, can't remember
But still, nothing comes remotely close. I just wish they fixed those 2 bugs.
if only every software developer in the world had Irfan Skiljans modus operandi... when you simply devote to performance-feature efficiency-perfection. remind me what does style do?
he is currently working on perfecting 64bit version.
shame there is no linux port.
btw how long is it, since 96.
>not making your own software that looks the way you want it to
who knows, IV is so feature rich... in other words it so deep into the windows pit. He could probably do it but is mostly focused on features, bugs that are really minor.
cbr/cbz reading is in plans for a long time. it would kill a lot of comic software. :)
you have the similar situation with foobar, but linux already has quite solid music players.
>command line oriented image viewer
>can't even use all options unless starting from command line
>can't view gifs
>doesn't update file list if file is renamed/moved/deleted in directory
shit but it is the best thing on linux
Go die in a fire and record it in .wmv