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Add the ability to open a folder full of images #351

SumatraPeter opened this issue Nov 9, 2015 · 3 comments


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commented Nov 9, 2015

SumatraPDF can save a CBZ or CBR as a PDF. However if I want to save a bunch of sequentially numbered images as PDF I need to archive them first and then save as PDF using Sumatra. Instead it would be great if this process could be simplified by enabling Sumatra to open a folder full of images, which can then be saved as a single PDF. Of course this would also help when one just wants to view a folder full of images that are not/cannot be archived for some reason.


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commented Nov 9, 2015

You can already open a folder with images by drag&droping the folder for explorer onto Sumatra.

As to converting images to a PDF - sumatra is a mostly viewer, not an editor and we don't plan to add that specific functionality.

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commented Nov 21, 2015

Thanks; all I wanted was the ability to open a folder full of images as a single document so that I could use Sumatra's existing Save As PDF feature to save them all as one PDF. Turns out that by dragging & dropping folders I can do just that, so no new functionality is required. Love Sumatra!


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commented Apr 30, 2019

Just to confirm once a folder is open relative navigation is possible

<Ctrl> + <Shift> + Right open next document in the directory
<Ctrl> + <Shift> + Left open previous document in the directory

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