image viewers: a different approach
ben at meyerhome.net
Wed Oct 26 15:19:35 BST 2005
On Wednesday 26 October 2005 8:05 am, Michael Olbrich wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 26, 2005 at 09:43:12AM -0400, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > What ever happened to the all in one basic viewer that can view images,
> > pdf's, etc?
> I have to agree with the maintainer from kviewshell. Viewing images and
> viewing (multipage) documents are completely different concepts that
> don't go well together. Imho that is true for both implementations
> details and interface. That said, similar actions should of course have
> the same icons and shortcuts. That should apply all viewers.
Sorry, but from the users perspective I disagree. I am viewing a file. I
have been using OS X's Preview for a few years and find it simple and works
great. Gnome also now has a similar application called Evince.
Like already stated as the specs for this "app" it is for basic viewing:
zooming, seeing the file info etc. These are the same user requirements for
pdfs, tiff etc.
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