returns "segmentation fault" on Linux Mint 21 (Ubuntu 22.04)
default image viewer on antiX, i love it <3 has ability to saturate/desaturate images! (also its icon is cute). i just wish it worked on mint 21 Xfce for me too...
very good and fast but would be awesome if you could go to full screen with double click on the image like F11 and to exit with Esc like ALT+F4
Simple et rapide
only using this because it is small, not slow and I'm too lazy to search for anything else...
Simple and fast!Best for viewing pics.
I found it fast and convenient, but then discovered that it does not respect exif data, and a rotated file throws it all away.
Lean, clean, and effective. A very good viewer and retouch tool.
I tried it and found it slow and lumpy. It also seemed to affect an original file which turned out was still fine on the disk, but the UI made it look like the original was gone and had been overwritten. That was the last chance as I cannot afford that sort of heart-attack in my workflow, not for me.
blurs. not very speedy to work with (featurepoor). only didnt give 1 because its small size might be useful for some. now using gthumb after tried this and gwenview
the only photo viewer/editor with a Saturation tool that gives photos deeper and richer colors
Very good for viewing, and have some edit features.
And thumbnail loading a bit slow.
Nice, easy to use and fast!
Very simple and fast.
It's the only program i could find for linux that does what CDisplay does, it's perfect for manga and comics!
ane coba dulu ya bro...
My favorite image viewer. By far.
fast resize and rotate, faster to load