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(Solved) Viewing images

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  1. tox316

    tox316 Thread Starter

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    I have previously used ACDSee as my image viewer but have recently changed to Futuris Imager. However all my images are still recognised as ACDSee JPEGs and can only be opened through Imager as oppossed to double clicking the file.

    How can I make it so that double clicking will open the image?

    Thanks.
     
  2. RandyG

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    Right-click a jpg while holding down the Shift key and select Open With


    In the Open With window, select the program you want to associate with jpg's and make sure you put a tick in the box that says "Always open this type of file with this program"


    That should do it. However, I have noticed, specifically with MGI Photosuite, that it keeps recapturing the associations, so I uninstalled that program, then there were no problems.
     
  3. yul

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    i am sure that if u open ACDSee settings and preferences u will find file association there u can uncheck the extensions u don't need to associate with ACDSee.
     
  4. tox316

    tox316 Thread Starter

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    I tried the right click + shift suggestion and it did the job.

    Thanks for the help, its much appreciated.
     
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