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image viewer: mouse wheel to move back and forward
In the gnome image viewer (3.2.0), I would like to change these shortcuts for next/prev image to use the mousewheel. I would also like to change it in shotwell if possible. Current the mousewheel is ...
Oct 26 '11 at 3:39
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