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Old 04-21-2016, 05:41 AM   #16
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Am O the only person that uses a photo manager?
 
Old 04-21-2016, 08:37 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by ondoho View Post
grumpysceptic, ....
....everything you request in your op is available and easily configured on most linux systems.
don't be disappointed; taste the difference instead! meaning: changing from windows to linux requires you to understand that things can be done differently. a system that does not provide you with all familiar features ootb (=outofthebox) is not necessarily a bad system.

fwiw, i used to use geeqie for advanced image viewing.
if you use ubuntu, i believe gthumb is pretty feature-rich.
but again, it will take some time to understand & configure it to your desires.

maybe the biggest difference between windows and linux is this:
windows is always the same, linux is always different.
Hear, hear!
Well said!!


For what it's worth, if I had to choose between gThumb and Geeqie, gThumb is the better of the two, IMHO.
OTOH, Gwenview is better than both, again, in my opinion.

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