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I'd like to find an image browsing software that I can use in Linux. I need to see thumbnails of all the image files in a given directory and run a custom script on all the selected images.

I've been looking at xnview, but I haven't found the option to run a custom script.

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gThumb with the File list tools extension should be capable of this.

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Just installed gThumb. I could not see the File list extension, but the Hot Keys option provide exactly the functionality I need. Thanks! – Jacobo de Vera Nov 22 '10 at 20:25

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