Can you recommend a fullscreen images viewer that can save an image with the press of a single key?

I have a workflow in which I need to examine large numbers of PNG images fullscreen. When I see an image of interest I need to save that PNG image to another directory. Right now I am using Eye of GNOME, but the number of interactions I need to make with the program for my workflow is irritating.

In Eog, I open an image fullscreen and then move to the next using the arrow keys. If I need to save an image, I press CtrlShifts, press Enter and then have to set Eog back to being fullscreen (FnF11FnF11) because the saving action changes it to be windowed. Instead of the 8 keystrokes used for this currently, I want a single keystroke to do these things.

I've tried editing the ~/.config/eog/accels file but it doesn't seem to do anything. Is there an image viewer/saver that can do what I need?

• Hey there, thanks for the suggestion; I gave Geeqie a shot. I think that the only difference is using Ctrl c to save instead of Ctrl Shift s because the saving action causes Geeqie to be windowed, requiring it to be reset to fullscreen after saving (Fn F11 Fn F11). It's brought it down from 8 keystrokes to 7 keystrokes, which is an improvement of 12.5 % tho, so thanks. :) – BlandCorporation Feb 19 '18 at 19:08