New in version 6.5

Auto adjust in thumbnail view

When playing a slide show in thumbnail view, the number of pictures displayed on one page is determined by the corresponding setting.

When this number is set to, for instance, 77, thumbnail view will reserve 77 rectangles for images to display regardless of the number of pictures in the slide show.

This version comes with a new option Auto adjust. When the slide show actually contains only 35 pictures and the number of pictures displayed on one page is set to 77, still only 35 rectangles for images to display will be created. This way, as much space as possible is used to display the thumbnails.

After installing the version, Auto adjust is automatically activated. It can be turned off though, go to: Options->Thumbnails

Important bugfixes

When returning from a picture in full screen mode to thumbnail view, the program crashed under certain circumstances.

A double conversion regarding sound play lists could be carried out with unpredictable results. (solved in

Technical change

When PictureGo! was developed 11 years ago, picture file names were not stored according the maximum length that Windows will allow. To make matters worse, in some cases this length was even reduced to create space for other information. As a result, a slide show could 'miss' certain pictures when playing a slide show.

In this version this problem is solved, almost every PictureGo! file including all MyShow files and Sound playlist files will be converted at start-up.