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Thread: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    OK, I see you altered on_scroll_event() to scroll if the mouse wheel is modified with the ctrl key, but default to "previous/next image".
    Personally, I'd prefer the other way, ie zoom by default, use ctrl key for next/previous - especially since left/right scrolling already does prev/next, for those that have 7 button mice.

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    yeah i agree, its usually custom with most image viewers to have zoom bound to the scroll wheel, and i find my self accidentally going to the next image while scrolling when i want to zoom.

    or at least make it an option? =P
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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    Another similar nice, small and fast image viewer is Viewnior.

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    WoW it seems like winner!

    I screenshots look good,slim and fast. now I was wondering it there was deb to this heavenly goodie?

    keep it up.

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    its in the jaunty repos

    sudo apt-get install gpicview
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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    Thanks for the viewnior recommendation; http://xsisqox.github.com/Viewnior/

    It's a really nice viewer, lightweight, fast, and just really well executed.
    It fixes some, actually, all, the issues I raised about GPicView, except the stretching small images to fit - and I've changed the code to work the way I like, for that issue.
    It's now my default image viewer.
    Last edited by jackpipe; June 3rd, 2009 at 07:57 AM.

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    I was just wondering; are there any keyboard shortcuts for GPicView? Like, a shortcut to maximize the image without the need to click on the button?

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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    it doesnt open gif images
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    Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewer for Gnome

    Great viewer, but it would be nice to have status bar or something like that with basic image info (date, size, scale, etc.).

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    Lightbulb Re: GPicView, extremely fast image viewerc for Gnome

    this is a wonderful image viewer, i searched long for a good one before i found it,
    then when i had to reinstall my OS and had forgotten what it was called,
    i searched long again

    one thing that would make it perfect for me would be
    the option to open the currently viewed image in an editing programme,
    the option being available from the context menu.
    just an "Edit.." entry which opens a "start-program" dialogue.

    i already recommend gpicview to everyone, but i'd be even more enthusiastic about it with that alteration.
    regards

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