|02-20-2010, 10:50 PM||#31|
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Evan Fotis, Georgoulakis
Join Date: Feb 2004
CMYK aware image viewer?
Anyone know of an image viewer (preferably lightweight and free) that will show CMYK files with their correct colours like the Adobe applications do?
Actually, apart from Bridge which is not an option, I have yet to find any image viewer that recognizes CMYK colourspace. Not Acdsee, Irfan or Directory Opus that is supposed to have a CMYK viewer plugin...
|07-05-2010, 10:30 PM||#33|
Montreal and Laval, Canada
Join Date: Dec 2009
Dont think these are mentioned yet, but i work on several computers during the day (work computer, laptop, another desktop, etc) and wanted an easy way to synchronize all my folders. What I did was carry a USB key, and installed Windows SyncToy on all the computers.
So I plug in the USB key, run SyncToy and start the sync task.
Another thing I use is Cobian backup, which is self explanatory. Have an external hard drive, run Cobian and make an exact copy of your current Windows files and folders. So if ever the worse happens to your computer, you can always restore your files onto a new hard drive, and return to working as if nothing happened.
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