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gThumb, available from package with this name is able to use Ubuntu trash folder (out of the box, without changing any settings).


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You could add the following two entries in your .xprofile file. At a terminal type: gedit $HOME/.xprofile and add the following lines: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons false gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons true and then make the file executable chmod +x $HOME/.xprofile This will disable and ...


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I needed to rename my photos and reached here -- just found out that exiftool handles it natively: From http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/filename.html exiftool -d %Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S%%-c.%%e "-filename<CreateDate" DIR


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Maybe, you should download another photo viewer. there are so many photo viewers out there. But for me I prefer to use the Picasa [picasa.en.uptodown.com/ubuntu] or maybe gPicView [sudo apt-get install gpicview] try them.


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The image size is over 200MB. I downloaded, and tried to open with image viewer, and it won't open. I opened with Gimp, and it works fine. See below


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I suggest you look at Hugin. Hugin is a panorama photo stitching program. Essentially, Hugin is a GUI frontend for Panorama Tools. Stitching is accomplished by using several overlapping photos taken from the same location, and using control points to align and transform the photos so that they can be blended together to form a larger image. Hugin allows for ...


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You can try scantailor. I used it for aligning scanned pictures of books and it has great result. I don't know what do you mean by common points but scantailor can guess common size of pictures and align pictures based on it.


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I always use a workaround for that by pressing Ctrl+Num+ after opening Image.



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