Ok, I guess, for just and only viewing of images. --- Not ok for doing any image modifying (ie: rotate, etc). --- At older mint versions it was already not auto saving any modified images ... other than the last modified image (ergo: useless feature). So one would need to manual save directly after a image modification. --- Now in Mint 19 it has some additional feature. It now also asks to reload the modified image after manually saving it (Nice ... adding additional unnecessary workload when adjusting a set of new images. without a setting to disable that). --- Considering the Xviewer Github issue page is full of old bug issues ... If one is planing to use Xviewer for anything else, other than just mere image viewing. suggest one looks for something else for that. --- Typical Linux/Mint stuff.
A quick and simple image viewer, much like IrfanView!
Prefer Ristretto, GIMP. All the X-apps need to go.
Pas mal, fait le job
Good. Just missing the possibility to rename a file while viewing a photo.