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    Need an image viewer w/Slide show and manual advance


    I'm trying to find an image viewer which has a slide show like function (view full-screen) that lets you manually progress through the directory, not auto-advancing at set intervals.

    Purpose is for reading manga scans on the computer, but the few image viewers I've tried either don't let you look through the directory, only let you do it with thumbnails, auto-advance images, or they only let you go through VERY slowly (gliv).

    Any reccomendations would be great.
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    Re: Need an image viewer w/Slide show and manual advance

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormblazer
    I'm trying to find an image viewer which has a slide show like function (view full-screen) that lets you manually progress through the directory, not auto-advancing at set intervals.
    Gwenview.
    GQview.
    ShowFoto (not as good as the above two IMHO).

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    f-spot's slideshow works well, and looks nice, also overall its just a pretty well done photo management app, I a little biased, as im kinda a tester/developer (pending developer more accurately, since i haven't written any code yet ) but check it out at
    http://www.gnome.org/projects/f-spot/
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    Thanks for the replies. I decided on GQView since it fit my purpose best.
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