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... ans solution is PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/imagemagick-6.8/lib/pkgconfig ./configure
I achieved the goal by calculating the height, taking percentage (approximate) of the image's height and filling a white rectangle. # A tool to fill up 10% of the bottom of given image # by white color. Useful to remove unnecessary colors # at the bottom of image. # Usage: this_script.sh required_image.jpg #!/bin/bash image=$1 right=`identify -format %w ...
Can't be done exactly the way you want it done, and you can come close, but it'll take a lot of fiddling. I also understand the rationale behind it: You want to treat the output of the convert function as temporary files that can be deleted afterwards, so instead of: @!/bin/bash convert -stretch 1280x720 -background none ~/Pictures/MyTimelapseImages/*.jpg ...
Ok, I solved the problem: Rename or delete ~/.config/mimeapps.list That's it :-) If you've set other than default apps for certain filetypes open System Settings > Information > Default Associations and (re)set your favourites there...
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