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Home » , » GPic Image View,A Simple And Fast Image Viewer With Low Memory Usage

GPic Image View,A Simple And Fast Image Viewer With Low Memory Usage

This little program is not aimed to be powerful or feature-rich.

It's aimed to replace the default image viewer of current desktop systems.

Fast-startup, low memory usage, and simple user interface make it a good choice for default viewer.



Requirements
This application requires GTK+ version 2.6.x.
Latest Version: 0.1.11
Fix some bugs.
Download Size
Source tarball 394 KB

FAQ:

  • How to set gpicview to default image viewer? Use following command line:
    xdg-mime default gpicview.desktop `grep 'MimeType=' /usr/share/applications/gpicview.desktop | sed -e 's/.*=//' -e 's/;/ /g'`
    NOTE: xdg-utils is needed here. It's a tool released by Portland project of Freedesktop.org. Most modern Linux distros have this tool installed by default.
Version: 0.1.11 - Released on 2008-12-17 05:05:52 UTC
Fix some bugs.

Download Source tarball - Size: 394 KB

Version: 0.1.9 - Released on 2008-02-21 13:57:39 UTC
Supported scrollwheel to zoom in/out only while [ Ctrl ] is held. (Patch #1885653)
Submitted By: kirilov-georgix

Download Source tarball - Size: 397 KB

Version: 0.1.8 - Released on 2008-01-30 04:27:07 UTC
* Add new locales: fr, nl
* Can make GPicView the default viewer for image files in preference dialog now. (through xdg-mime)
* Use better-looking icons for rotation buttons

Download Source tarbal - Size: 392 KB


Version: 0.1.7 - Released on 2007-11-13 20:06:27 UTC
This is mainly a bug fix version.
In 0.1.6, which is rewritten in plain C language, there is a new bug scaling smaller images to fit bigger windows.
The bug is fixed in version 0.1.7.

Download Source tarball - Size: 377 KB


Version: 0.1.6 - Released on 2007-11-09 18:35:00 UTC
* Rewrite in plain C language, remove all C++ dependencies
* Sort image files by filenames
* Support JPEG lossless rotation (Contributed by Martin Siggel)
* Add simple preferences dialog
* Improve about dialog :-P

Download Source tarball - Size: 377 KB


Version: 0.1.5 - Released on 2007-09-12 19:56:57 UTC
* Optimize the memory usage and speed of "zoom in" and "zoom out" (experimental)
* Some little but important bug fixes

Odd version number means testing/experimental.

Download Source tarball - Size: 363 KB


Version: 0.1.3 - Released on 2007-09-11 12:49:30 UTC
* Add accelerators to popup menu.
* Better keyboard support.
* Support zooming with mouse wheel.
* Set background to black in full screen mode
* Open file in its original size if suitable.
* Don't strech small image in "Fit Window Size".
* Better zooming (taken from EOG).
* Recognize "--help" command line arguments.



Version: 0.1 - Released on 2007-09-09 20:08:35 UTC
Initial release
Download Source tarball - Size: 354 KB




Features:
  • Extremely lightweight and fast with low memory usage
  • Very suitable for default image viewer of desktop system
  • Simple and intuitive interface
  • Minimal lib dependency: Only pure GTK+ is used
  • Desktop independent: Doesn't require any specific desktop environment
  • Open source, licensed under GNU GPL


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