PMView Pro 3.40
March 08, 2007 by Mark Dodel
PMView Pro is a longtime, shareware image viewer converter for OS/2 and windows.
03/01/2007 -PMView Pro v3.40 is now available for download. See list below for information about issues resolved with this version.
The following bugs and problems are fixed in PMView v3.40:
1. If a file name with an apostrophe (e.g. "d:files_of_the_90'simage.jpg") is used on the command line, the apostrophe is stripped and PMView cannot open the file. (There is a bug in the GNU C-library, and this problem was introduced in PMView v3.10 when the switch to to GNU C was made. PMView v3.40 works around the bug by requesting and parsing the command line parameters from OS/2 instead of
using the C-library).
2. Starting PMView with the name of a file that does not exist may lock up PMView. This bug was introduced in v3.30
3. When running a script for changing the resolution of an image that has EXIF data with resolution tags, the value of those tags are not changed. Consequently the resolution will appear unchanged unless the user choses not to save EXIF data. This version corrects the problem and updates
the data in the corresponding EXIF tags.
4. Saving, Windows BMP: Some legacy programs have trouble reading color mapped BMP files that has the bitmap field cclrUsed set to zero. This version works around the problem by setting the field to the maximum number of colors for the bitcount used.
Download an evaluation version at http://www.pmview.com/download.html
To update a registered version you must use the information received when you registered PMView Pro.