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From gnome-screenshot command line, how do you predefine the are?

So gnome-screenshot has the following options: tim@Hairy14:~$ gnome-screenshot --help Usage: gnome-screenshot [OPTION…] Take a picture of the screen Help Options: -h, --help ...
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Shotwell / Eye of Gnome image viewer - image edit JPEG quality

Introduction When you open an image with "Eye of Gnome image viewer" (EOG) you can edit this image by pressing the edit image button. (you might need to add the 'Edit image' button to the toolbar) It ...
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ubuntu 12.04 - images can not be loaded anymore

2 symptoms: most of the application icons from the gnome dock, and the background are black. in nautilus, if I browse jpeg images and try to open them, it says: "Could not load image 'zzz.jpg. ...
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How do I change the background at boot time for Ubuntu 12.04?

I have Ubuntu 12.04 with gnome. I want to replace the background image of the screen where I'm asked to choose between Windows and Ubuntu. I replaced this image ...
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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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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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Is there any image application that can cut part of an image and is faster/ligther than GIMP?

from screenshot I want to cut only part that is important. I do know I can do it using GIMP, but GIMP is very slow too start. Is there any default image application that can do it faster?