GLiv is an OpenGL image viewer. Image loading is done via Gdk-pixbuf bundled with GTK+-2.6, rendering with OpenGL, and the graphical user interface uses GTK+ with GtkGLExt. GLiv is very fast and smooth at rotating, panning, and zooming if you have an OpenGL accelerated graphics board. It supports thumbnails and navigating through them using two images menus.
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Release Notes: A bug was fixed where pointer motion events were not reported on newer GTK+ versions. There are New menu entries to load the first, the last, or a random image. A command line option (-c) was added to clear the images list in client mode, which makes the client mode incompatible with previous releases. Many translations were updated. The -c and -C command line options do not require an X server anymore. The EXIF orientation information is now honored. This is probably the last release of GLiv unless there are more bug reports.
Release Notes: The Russian translation was updated and all man pages were converted to UTF-8. There are some miscellaneous build fixes too.
Release Notes: A bug with transitions of small images endlessly waiting for the window to resize has been fixed. The Bulgarian translation was updated, and a Swedish one was added. There are two new commands to fit the image in height or width. There is a new command line option to specify the initial window geometry. The framerate limiter is also used during transitions, which changes the transitions configuration.
Release Notes: GTK+-2.6 is now required. A Bulgarian translation was added. The Russian translation was updated. An option was added to disable the OpenGL bilinear filtering. There is a new command to reload the current image, and another one to hide all floating windows at once. There is now a thumbnails browser. The menus are automatically rebuilt when new images are inserted.
Release Notes: There is a new menu entry to open a directory. An initial Kinyarwanda translation and a Vietnamese translation were added. "Pause" is now used as a keybinding to toggle the slideshow. Files are sorted in natural order, such that 2.jpg comes before 10.jpg.