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Old 03-11-2005, 12:41 PM   #1
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Location: Ohio, USA
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Recursively browse graphics on CD from command line

I'm looking for a way to pop a cd in the drive, mount it, and have all the images on the cd open in a viewer, preferably in a slide show like GQView or Kuickshow.

I can get it all done except for getting the program to browse all the files recursively. Does anyone know of a viewer that will allow me to do this with command line switches?

I can't simply point the viewer to the right directory, because these are for images from digital cameras and the the directory the images is stored in isn't always named the same when it's burnt to the CD.

Old 03-11-2005, 11:04 PM   #2
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No One?
Not even a WAG?

I'll take anything ... I've been trying stuff all night...


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