Projects / qxv


qxv is an image viewer whose interface is key-to-key compatible with the classic xv program. It is meant to replace xv, which is old, unmaintained, not Free Software, and therefore not shipped with most software distributions anymore.

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  •  24 Jan 2011 15:33

    Release Notes: Selection using rubberband, cropping ('c'), auto-resizing of the image when resizing the window, resizing with n, m, M, a, and 4 keybindings, middle mouse button display information about the pixel under the mouse, the addition of the files README and COPYING as requested by packagers, and some bugfixes.

    •  03 Oct 2010 22:40

      Release Notes: This release can handle a list of images specified on the command line. It handles the space, backspace, enter, ",", ".", "<", ">", "t", "T", "q", "h", and "v" keys in the same way as xv. A basic control window can be invoked by right-clicking the main window.


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