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RE: ImageViewer evolution

From: Vaisburd, Haim
Subject: RE: ImageViewer evolution
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 14:07:33 -0700

From: Philippe C.D. Robert [mailto:address@hidden

> So far I have the following items
> on my personal feature whishlist:

> - support for thumbnails when opening an image folder
> - integration with digital cameras, as I now have one too :-)
> - support for image albums, but much more flexible (and faster!) than eg.
>   iPhoto albums
> - basic image editing features, similar to what iPhoto provides (red eye
>   reduction, convolution, ... )
> - image export functionality, eg. to HTML, email, ...

Hi Phil,

Thank you for continuing to work on the ImageViewer!
I've started my own image viewer/editor program based on yours
as a way to learn GNUstep, but have been slow on that path,
nothing to share but the thoughts.

The idea was to have convenient resize/clip functionality.
With my 4 megapixel camera I often want to end up with smaller,
but standard sized image that is made of the portion
of the original picture.

The user was supposed to preselect the size of the frame,
and then the program would work similar to a real camera:
continunous zoom in/out while the user holds the button,
mouse controls left-right-up-down movements.
The image could then be clipped by that frame.

As far as pure viewer is concerned, I would like to see most:

1. Rotate +/- 90 degrees
2. Next/Previous image in the current directory.
3. Control from the keyboard.


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