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gwenview

   1.4.2  

KDE Graphic Viewer

Score 81%
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Link:  http://gwenview.sf.net
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  13560
Submitted:  Jan 4 2004
Updated:  Sep 17 2007

Description:

Gwenview is a fast and easy to use image viewer/browser for KDE.

All common image formats are supported, such as PNG (including transparency), JPEG (including EXIF tags and lossless transformations), GIF (images as well as animations), XCF (Gimp image format), BMP, XPM and others.

Since 1.3.91, Gwenview can also view SVG images and play videos.

Standard features include slideshow, fullscreen view, image thumbnails, drag'n'drop, image zoom, full network transparency using the KIO framework, including basic file operations and browsing in compressed archives, non-blocking GUI with adjustable views.

Gwenview also provides image and directory KParts components for use e.g. in Konqueror.

Additional features, such as image renaming, comparing, converting, batch processing, HTML gallery and others are provided by the KIPI image framework.




Changelog:

# New features:

- Settings in the dialog to edit the thumbnail view details are now directly applied, no need to click "Apply" anymore.

- OSD can now display more image information: aperture, focal length, iso and exposure time. Patch by Carles Pina i Estany.

# Fixes:

- Bug 123516: After renaming, thumbnail panel is not updated

- Bug 138467: Crash in Exiv2 readMetadata when reading image saved in Photoshop

- Bug 131162: Autorotate images preference setting is forgotten

- Bug 132556: Gwenview asks to save the wrong file if the modified file is read-only

- Bug 111641: When several printing images in a row, "Keep Ratio" keeps ratio of first image

- Avoid crash when viewing extremely large images.

- Fix optimization compiler flags being disabled for scaling code.

- In fullscreen mode, make sure the cursor does not come back after moving to the next image. Patch by Carles Pina i Estany.

- Bug 130511: In the KParts, make Gwenview translations the active one, to avoid using KDELibs instead.




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 Poll

 
 by bk12 on: Aug 25 2005
 
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A poll is available on the website. Question is:

Double-clicking on an image should...
A. toggle between browse and view mode
B. toggle fullscreen on and off

If you want to voice your opinion on this, visit http://gwenview.sourceforge.net


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 Resource Killer!

 
 by lucher on: Aug 25 2005
 
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Hey there.

One problem I experienced using Gwenview and Showimg on Suse 9.3 is the huge amount of memory they are using.

Using the lightweight Kuickshow I could open plenty images at once from Konqueror. Unfortunately, Kuickshow is not shipped with Suse9.3 anymore.

With Gwenview and Showimg, I can open, say, 8 images from konqueror. Then my whole system is crashing because it is using the complete memory (384 RAm, 512 swap).

Is there a way to detect if Gwenview has already been started (eg. DCOP) and then just to open a new window from the already started application instance?

Regards


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 Re: Resource Killer!

 
 by bk12 on: Sep 5 2005
 
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That's strange. It certainly does not behave like this on my box. I will look into your idea of reusing the process though, that could be nice.


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 Kuickshow/Gwenview

 
 by Maxilys on: Sep 12 2005
 
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You should (try to) re-install Kuickshow from sources.

http://developer.kde.org/~pfeiffer/kuickshow/

It hasn't been provided with the last versions of KDE so I installed it by hand on my SuSE 9.2. It should work with SuSE 9.3 aswell.

As for Gwenview, I'd like there was a way to mimic Kuickshow's behavior and especially its simplicity: click, mouse wheel, ESC and nothing but the images with auto-resize.

When all you want is to see an image, using Gwenview is like chasing a mosquito with two machine-guns. Many collateral damages! ;-) I mean many useless functions.

Image preview is always on for me in Konqueror so all Gwenview's functions are redondant except one: full size view. And the fact that Gwenview insists on building thumbnails for all images of the folder becomes a nuisance.


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 Re: Resource Killer!

 
 by djworld on: Sep 13 2005
 
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Kuickshow is still shipped with SUSE 9.3, although it's not installed by default. It's in the package kdegraphics3-imaging. I don't know if that package is included in the CDs/DVD, but it is in the repository:

ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.3/suse/i586/kdegraphics3-imaging-3.4.0-11.i586.rpm


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 Re: Re: Resource Kil

 
 by Maxilys on: Sep 15 2005
 
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Thanks. It's not on the CDs.

Grrmpf! There are many things they could remove as useless, why the so useful Kuickshow?

And why are they so slow? 1.2 KB/sec! Oh boy! Where are the other 238.8 KB/sec? ;-)


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 Re: Resource Killer!

 
 by asdex on: Sep 13 2005
 
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Gwenview and kuickshow show the same 5MP image:

_PID_USER___PR__NI__VIRT__RES_ SHR__%CPU_%MEM____TIME+__COMMAND
13990 mw --- 16 0 72284 53m 19m S 0.3 5.3 0:02.06 gwenview
12024 mw --- 16 0 47244 34m 19m S 0.0 3.4 0:02.72 konqueror
10071 root --- 15 0 287m 34m 3176 S 6.3 3.4 6:03.12 X
10876 mw --- 15 0 46348 32m 18m S 0.0 3.2 0:01.88 konqueror
13983 mw --- 16 0 43256 29m 12m S 0.0 2.9 0:00.67 kuickshow


=> gwenview: 72MByte virt., 53MByte resisdent
Kuickshow: 43MB virt., 29MB resisdent

=> Gewnview consumes 83% more resisdent memory than Kuickshow


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 Re: Re: Resource Kil

 
 by Seli on: Sep 14 2005
 
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Hmm. Except that virtual memory usage and especially resident memory usage have no real meaning for measuring memory usage.
But don't worry, measuring memory usage is difficult on Linux, most people get it wrong.


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 Re: Re: Re: Resource Kil

 
 by Seli on: Sep 14 2005
 
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Oh, and BTW, the memory increase for showing a 3000x2000 image here is 24M for Gwenview and 18M for Kuickshow. That's 3000x2000x4 resp. 3000x2000x3. That 3 is the size of the RGB tripplet, that 4 is RGB + alpha, i.e. the (only) format in which QImage stores truecolor images.
So much for "benchmarks"...


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 still very slow...

 
 by alexmsk on: Dec 19 2005
 
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Gwenview is still very slow. Even with 1024x768 images. Look:

http://www.mytempdir.com/330733

Update works very slow.


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 file extensions

 
 by vivedekananda on: May 29 2006
 
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I wonder if it is possible to enable that gwenview sees files such raw camera images in the list of files? There is a possibility for raw conversion with kipi plugins in gwenview but it cannot "see" the files because it doesnt recognize their extension.


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 Ark Linux packages

 
 by beroarklinux on: Jun 25 2006
 
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We've just updated the Ark Linux packages to 1.3.91 - great work w/ the video stuff! We've also made it our default picture viewer.

Ark Linux users: apt-get update; apt-get install gwenview

Others in need of RPMs: http://arklinux.osuosl.org/dockyard-devel/SRPMS/gwenview-1.3.91-0.554973.1ark.src.rpm
http://arklinux.osuosl.org/dockyard-devel/i586/gwenview-1.3.91-0.554973.1ark.i586.rpm


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 Re: Ark Linux packages

 
 by bk12 on: Jul 14 2006
 
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Great news!

But be careful, 1.3.9x are development versions... they may have some bleeding edges... and do not contain any translations!


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 Re: Re: Ark Linux packages

 
 by beroarklinux on: Jul 14 2006
 
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We're aware of 1.3.9x versions being prereleases -- but after serious testing, the current 1.3.9x works better (at least on our boxes) than the latest stable.

We pulled the translations from SVN - so they're there in our packages.


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 doublespinbox.h

 
 by crazy on: Jul 14 2006
 
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Hi,
what is this doublespinbox.h 'header' in filterbar.ui ? I can't see such a header file in the source .. and without it I get a compile error.I've just removed it and everything is ok again :)


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 Re: doublespinbox.h

 
 by bk12 on: Jul 14 2006
 
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I do not know how this line ended in filterbar.ui, but it's fixed now. I am about to upload a new tarball (1.3.92b).

Thanks for the report.


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