Re: CLI Image viewer: top left, no resize.
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Dotan Cohen wrote:
> 2008/11/5 Douglas A. Tutty <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 04:28:30PM +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote:
>>> I need to test a new LCD monitor. What program can display a png image
>>> with the top left pixel of the image in the top left pixel of the
>>> screen, without resizing the image? Thus, if the image is larger than
>>> the screen the bottom and right will be cut off. A CLI approach would
>>> be best. Thanks.
> I would really rather not install another windows manager on this poor
> girl's computer, is there another option? I don't mind a GUI app if
> need be, but I cannot find anything that does what I thought would be
> a rather simple function!
Is there any window manager installed?
If yes, you could try gpicview (in lenny). It has a windows border, but
if you click "1" for no resizing and then the fullscreen icon for
fullscreen, it will fill the screen (except for the scrol bars to the
right and bottom)
On etch there is also gqview, which is less heavy than others. Here '1'
and 'f' switch to 1:1 and fullscreen, respectively. Use the arrow keys
to get the top right corner right.
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