Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 31st Jul 2006 21:50 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes "Too many Linux image viewers are tinged with little annoyances - they take too long to load, are slow to redraw the display, have limited format support, sport inconvenient controls - so when you want to settle on one, inevitably there's something to make you utter feh! in general discontent. Good call - feh is the name of a speedy little viewer that packs a surprising number of features for its size."
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gqview is very useful and nifty
by project_2501 on Mon 31st Jul 2006 23:25 UTC
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i have always used gqview - it's fast, and has useful and quick keyboard/mouse options ... easy to scale to screen, scale up/down, rotate, scroll your mouse wheel to move through directory and so on ...

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deepspace Member since:

I completely agree! gqview is one of the best. It's one of the few linux vieuwers that displays raw files from digicams correctly. It's fast, does everything you need, and there is even a win32 version (as I found out recently).

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netpython Member since:

Or kuickshow when your DE is KDE.

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