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Version 2.4.2 has been released!

Updated: Mar 1, 2020

In this release, we added "New Folder" and "Delete Folder" functions in the Folder Browser's context menu.


We also improved the behavior of the context menu of the Folder Browser. The action is now done against the folder that the user is right clicked at.


File cache is now configurable from 2 to 16. Choose a smaller cache size if you want to load the thumbnails faster.


You can now show the AF Points for images taken with Nikon D780 DSLR.


Language translation improvements for French and Spanish.


We have worked around a macOS bug that leaves a black vertical line when the Inspector or the Folder Browser is turned off while working in Full Screen mode. This bug does not occur on all systems. The work around should have this issue fixed once and for all.


ExifTool has been updated to 11.84.


Enjoy!

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Mar 02, 2020

It does support X-T3 and X-T30. Have your RAW files been modified by another app? It should display the focus point correctly. Please email support AT anogeissus.com to resolve the issue.

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Hi. Thanks for the great tool! Does it support Fuji XT3 and XT30 cameras? When I view RAW files from Fuji XT30 the focus point is not in a correct position according to the view on the camera itself.

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