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flphoto

flphoto is a basic image management and display program based on the FLTK toolkit. It can read, display, print, and export many image file formats, and supports EXIF information provided by digital cameras.

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  •  06 Dec 2006 07:42

    Release Notes: This version fixes a slideshow bug and addresses several printing issues. It also adds the phases of the moon to calendars.

    •  19 Nov 2006 16:03

      Release Notes: This release adds support for more camera RAW formats and AVI previews, improves HTML exporting, adds export to directory, improves camera importing, and uses a new theme based on Red Hat's BlueCurve.

      •  05 Jan 2004 09:21

        Release Notes: This version adds new calendar, camera, crop, export, image editing, and red-eye removal features. It also fixes problems in PNG image support, keyboard shortcut duplication, and various crash bugs.

        •  18 Dec 2003 20:29

          Release Notes: This release fixes some printing related bugs in rc1.

          •  14 Dec 2003 07:49

            Release Notes: This version includes new calendar, camera, crop, export, image editing, and red-eye removal features. It also fixes problems in PNG image support, keyboard shortcut duplication, and various crash bugs.

            Recent comments

            19 Nov 2006 14:02 michaelrsweet

            Re: IPTC keywords, titles , please


            > If your app could read and alter

            > IPTC/XMP comments (well, the standard

            > used by Picasa, or IrfanView), it would

            > be so, so, so great. Because no other

            > app I know supports it, and the ability

            > to store the metadata in the picture is

            > way better than storing it separately.

            >

            > I would make your application the killer

            > picture viewer for me :)

            Loading/storing comment information from image files is on the TODO list, as is maintaining a DB that can be searched (to find your pictures...)

            19 Nov 2006 08:22 mszkutnik

            IPTC keywords, titles , please
            If your app could read and alter IPTC/XMP comments (well, the standard used by Picasa, or IrfanView), it would be so, so, so great. Because no other app I know supports it, and the ability to store the metadata in the picture is way better than storing it separately.

            I would make your application the killer picture viewer for me :)

            30 Sep 2003 15:10 michaelrsweet

            Re: Feature Request: Automatic Ctrl-C option
            Hmm, I'll have to work with Till to find out what additional packaging changes he has made; ideally I should just be able to add a command-line option to open the import dialog right away...

            Thanks for the feedback!

            30 Sep 2003 14:17 sprocketboy

            Feature Request: Automatic Ctrl-C option
            Here is the version I am using, installed from a Mandrake RPM:

            flphoto-1.1-1mdk

            I am using flphoto with KDE, and I noticed now that when I press the button on my Kodak EasyShare docking station, an "flphoto" icon pops up on my desktop. Clicking on this "dynamic icon" opens flphoto, which is a really neat feature.

            However, I would like to see this feature (optionally) augmented with the following. Could you put a checkbox option that would allow flphoto to automatically issue itself a "Control-C" command (to browse the connected camera's contents) when this "dynamic icon" is double-clicked?

            I would not want to initiate the full download at this point, because I might want to change the download directory. I would just like to see the "camera browser" dialog box showing current pictures in the camera, the same one you get if your camera is connected and you manually press Ctrl-C.

            Again, this should be a user option, such as Options->Auto Browse Camera on Dynamic Icon Click or some such. Some people might not want this feature, so they should have the option to disable it.

            03 Sep 2003 04:52 wizardt4e

            Possible to compile FLPhoto under Win32 ?
            Hello !

            Was somebody here sucessfull
            compiling FLPhoto under Win32 ?!?!?

            Thanks.


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