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gnome-sushi

sushi is a quick previewer for nautilus
http://git.gnome.org/browse/sushi
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 2
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Description:

Sushi is a GtkClutter and Javascript-based quick previewer for Nautilus, the GNOME desktop file manager. Sushi is a DBus-activated service. It is capable of previewing documents, PDFs, sound and video files (using GStreamer), some text files, and possibly others in the future.

To activate the preview, left-click the file and hit space. The preview can be closed by hitting space again, or escape.

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newpaul
6 years ago
5 Glad to know it comes by default in Mint. But still one has to discover about the magic touch to activate this useful & simple tool to view content without opening files: [select]+tab=fast view [Libreffice formats will only show you a fast view of Proprieties in Mint 12]