1. What is your favorite image viewer application? !gnu !linux !archlinux

    Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:25:19 UTC from
    1. @vahidm feh

      Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:32:03 UTC from web
      1. @toksyuryel "See you at four?" "Feh!" "See you at... five?" "Feh!" "See you at... feh?" "Yh! Feh!" "OK, I'll see you at 'feh'..."

        Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:34:12 UTC from web
        1. @thelastgherkin "feh" is the name of an actual image viewer.

          Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:35:22 UTC from web
          1. @toksyuryel its also one of norm macdonalds most used words

            Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:38:56 UTC from web
          2. @toksyuryel I told you I'd meet you at the Freight Emergency Harbour.

            Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:39:48 UTC from web
            1. @thelastgherkin Only if you pay for the plane ticket and are willing to endure hours of cuddling.

              Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:42:05 UTC from web
    2. @vahidm I personally use eog (Eye of GNOME) because it works and I'm too lazy to look for something better. I wish it'd start up quicker, though. For something that only has to view images, it takes long to load.

      Monday, 10-Dec-12 15:58:43 UTC from web
    3. I like Geeqie (based on GQView), though I use feh when I don't need more than displaying a single image.

      Monday, 10-Dec-12 21:33:17 UTC from at 35°43'1"N 77°15'17"W
    4. I use feh, because its 440kb! GIMP if I need anything more.

      Monday, 10-Dec-12 21:40:44 UTC from
    5. I wish Geeqie had a "flat" all-recursive view like kphotoalbum, which is absurdly huge.

      Monday, 10-Dec-12 21:47:14 UTC from at 35°47'29"N 78°46'52"W
    6. @vahidm mirage; only one that lets you rename w/o losing your place

      Tuesday, 11-Dec-12 12:29:35 UTC from at 58°51'8"N 5°44'6"E