Is there an image viewer which can easily jump to next and previous image when viewing eps images, like in eog? Currently I'm using evince to view eps images, but it doesn't offer such a feature.
I'm mostly a Linux guy but I don't think the software I'm looking for is available in Linux so I ask this presumable easy question for those of you that knows Windows. The thing I want to do is to ...
I have a lot of 50-100 MP colour images that I would like to view on linux. For example, 10000x17000 size is typical, but most image viewers will fail with out-of-memory. The file format is png or ...
I would like to display a fully opaque image (e.g. PNG RGB8) on the desktop in an image viewer - but such that I can set the window (showing the image) to be, say, 50% transparent (so I could see ...
Windows Explorer has this feature to organize files in a folder into groups, each having it's own header, very convenient. Is there a Linux file or image explorer with a similar feature?
I'm looking for an image viewer that takes data on stdin and can be run like: cat image.png | imageviewer
Is there any command line (pipe-able) graph viewer for SVG and JPG/PNG image files? Especially that, the graph/image files are output thru pipe line, rather than plain files, so there must be option ...