Basic photo viewing/editing for Xfce?

Victor Sudakov vas at
Sat Jan 11 17:40:06 UTC 2020

Polytropon wrote:
> > By your personal experience, what software do you use for photos: a
> > convenient viewer/slideshow, and a basic editor (cropping, rotating...)?
> In the past I've been using xzgv (here: "xzgv -tzf <files>",
> to be exact), but the versions after 0.8_9 have been
> continuously disimproved. That's why today I'd say EOG or
> Geeqie; I hope I got the spelling right because it's not
> that easy to remember all those strangely spelled made-up
> names...
> Both support manual and automatic "slide change" as well
> as fullscreen modes.
> > Gimp would be an overkill.
> I'm using Gimp. ;-)
> Have you considered trying Krita?
> There's also Pinta and DigiKam, but I have never used them,

Wow! They have so many dependencies, I'd rather use gimp :-) Still, it's
too complicated.

Victor Sudakov,  VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
2:5005/49 at fidonet
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