Goals for next Xfce releases

Broeisi Rast broeisito at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 12:26:35 CET 2007

You're right Björn...

Actually mirage kinda nice image viewer..
But you can do some basic editing too..

Thanks you for that app man..
no need anymore to use gqview for me...



On 2/3/07, Björn Martensen <bjoern.martensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-02-03 at 11:51 +0100, Fabian Nowak wrote:
> > - Image viewer. Just like with the mousepad/mouse_giant_editor
> > discussion, one might need a "view image only" viewer and one with
> > next/previous buttons, turn image, save image, slideshow mode.
> > I would like to implement the light one, naming it xfview or xfsee or
> > even xqview for "quick", but actually I'm pretty out of time and should
> > be working on my plugins as I have lots of ideas.
> Well, there is one with this kind of design: mirage [1].
> It's written in pygtk, not in C, but it's about what you want.
> Something like xfview sounds like a port of mirage to c, imho.
> grtz,
> Björn
> [1] http://mirageiv.berlios.de/index.html
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