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qimgv v0.8.8
qimgv v0.8.8 Qt5 image viewer. Fast, configurable, easy to use. Optional video support. Key features: Simple UI Fast Easy to use Fully configurable, including shortcuts Basic image editing: Crop, Rotate and Resize Ability to quickly copy / move images to different folders Experimental video playback via libmpv Ability to run shell scripts A nice dark theme, should look identical on every OS / DE Default control scheme: Action Shortcut Next image Right arrow / MouseWheel Previous image Left arrow / MouseWheel Goto first image Home Goto last image End Zoom in Ctrl+MouseWheel / Crtl+Up Zoom out Ctrl+MouseWheel / Crtl+Down Zoom Hold right mouse btn & move up / down Fit mode: window 1 Fit mode: width 2 Fit mode: 1:1 (no scaling) 3 Switch fit modes Space Toggle fullscreen mode DoubleClick / F / F11 Exit fullscreen mode Esc Show image info I Crop image X Resize image R Rotate left Ctrl+L Rotate Right Ctrl+R Open containing directory Ctrl+D Quick copy C Quick move M Move to trash Delete Delete file Shift+Delete Save Ctrl+S Save As Ctrl+Shift+S Open Ctrl+O Settings Ctrl+P Exit application Esc / Ctrl+Q / Alt+X / MiddleClick ... and more. Note: you can configure every shortcut by going to Settings > Controls User interface The idea is to have a uncluttered, simple and easy to use UI. You can see ui elements only when you need them. There is a pull-down panel with thumbnails, as well as folder view (accessible by pressing Return). You can also bring up a context menu by right-clicking an image. Using quick copy / quick move panels Bring up the panel with C or M shortcut. You will see 9 destination directories, click them to set them up. With panel visible, use 1 - 9 keys to copy/move current image to corresponding directory. When you are done press C or M again to hide the panel. Running ...
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