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Re: RFD: ImageViewer evolution

From: cehardin
Subject: Re: RFD: ImageViewer evolution
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:00:53 -1000

I agree, but the typical user is still gonna want to do some basic editing w/o the need to use gimp. Red Eye removal and cropping come to mind. I agree that it should not go so far that it enters into the realm of a fully featured image editor.

I'm thinking along the lines of iPhoto. That is, the management of collections of photos.

Advanced image editing would probably be best kept as a separate app.


On Monday, July 7, 2003, at 01:03  AM, Christopher Culver wrote:

I would recommend against adding too much editing capability. When *nix users want to edit an image, they're going to use Gimp. Trying to duplicate Gimp's functionality is IMHO a waste of time. ImageView is an image *viewer*. The only "editing" I'd like to see in the application is the ability to save an image in another format.

My biggest feature request right now is to remove the prompt on quitting. It's inconsistent with other GNUstep-based apps. If I don't have a (savable) document open, I don't want the program trying to second-guess whether I mean to quit or not.

Christopher Culver

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