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2answers
150 views

How to start Image Viewer in front?

I use image viewer on the gnome shell. Yet when I am in file manager and open an image, the image opens in the background. How to start in front of everything else?
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vote
1answer
460 views

Image info (resolution, etc) inside of Nautilus

I use Ubuntu 11.10 with Gnome 3 (gnome shell) UI. Is it possible to get a quick image info by clicking or hovering the image, without having to right click -> properties -> image ? I often have to ...
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vote
1answer
47 views

Application for Resizeing and Reducing Dimensions of a given Image Precisely?

I was creating themes for Nokia phones on 11.10 so I need an application to reduce the dimensions and size of a given image precisely, say X-KB and x*y Dimensions, Is there any such application?, Help ...
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2answers
12k views

How do I crop from the default image viewer?

I recall an "Edit Image" button in 11.04 that would bring up a second window with a "Crop" button easily visible. But now, in 11.10, I see no such button. In fact, I can't find a way to crop at all ...
3
votes
1answer
2k views

LibreOffice image problem

Why my LibreOffice can't show images. It showing images like this: Can someone help?
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votes
1answer
992 views

Previewing Images Before Opening?

If anyone is familiar with Windows 7, you can change the view to "Thumbnail" and see what the image is before opening the file. I noticed on Ubuntu that PDF files show a preview, but it seems like ...
1
vote
1answer
244 views

“Could not load image” error after edit the image with Darktable

I cannot open pictures which I have edited with Darktable. Thanks for helping!
3
votes
1answer
11k views

How to install dot provided by graphviz?

How can install the package? I have to do a test dot -Tpng -o <path> <path> But while installing it fails. $ uname -a Linux GoogleKnockOuter 2.6.38-8-generic #42-Ubuntu SMP Mon Apr 11 ...
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0answers
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Eye Of Gnome with blank background in place of image, except in full screen mode [closed]

When trying to open image files with Eye of Gnome, it only displays a window with a blank background in place of the image that can be zoomed and rotated. It only displays the image in full screen ...