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Added issue #34 for RAW file support. Do you happen to have some .CR2 samples you could share with me? I don't often shoot in RAW, so I'm interested in how you would expect it to work, is this something that is usually configurable as I presume RAWs can be processed in many ways? Or is it enough to have a "good enough" default just so that you know what file it is?
For what it's worth, I added issue #23 in the repo on this, so subscribe there if you're interested. 😊
Hey, sorry, it got a little buried among others, but I got them, thanks! Opened issue #30 for it.
Since then I've slowly refactored parts of it to make it even faster and easier to work with: added support for embedded jpeg thumbnails, made it load faster than Google Photos, added support for collections of millions of photos+, and replaced OpenSeadragon with OpenLayers to make it work with slow browsers (e.g. on Smart TVs), among others.
Thanks and good idea! Added it as issue #31.
Yeah that's definitely rough on mobile. On PC you can use left/right arrow keys. Added it as part of issue #26, thanks!
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