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 Post subject: Photo viewer on GTK+
PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2008 4:18 pm 
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Hello All,

I've built a small photo viewer on GTK+ and would be happy to receive any feedback.

There is a bit more info and download link here: http://www.automated-imaging.com/?p=16


Please be charitable, since it is my first program on GTK+.

I've tried to make it simple and use screen area as optimally as possible. The idea was to explore statistical info about photo proportions/screen resolution and arrange UI elements according to the how they are controlled, i.e. directory display with current image selection should be browsed by the arrow keys, so should be placed at the right and etc. I supposed that will make the program more intuitive. What do you think? Does this approach seem to be useful? How would you suggest to solve such task?

Thanks,
- Alex.

Image (photo by Russell Zeien http://gallery.russellz.com)


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 Post subject: Re: Photo viewer on GTK+
PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:54 am 
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Automated Imaging wrote:
Hello All,

I've built a small photo viewer on GTK+ and would be happy to receive any feedback.

There is a bit more info and download link here: http://www.automated-imaging.com/?p=16


Please be charitable, since it is my first program on GTK+.

I've tried to make it simple and use screen area as optimally as possible. The idea was to explore statistical info about photo proportions/screen resolution and arrange UI elements according to the how they are controlled, i.e. directory display with current image selection should be browsed by the arrow keys, so should be placed at the right and etc. I supposed that will make the program more intuitive. What do you think? Does this approach seem to be useful? How would you suggest to solve such task?

Thanks,
- Alex.

Image (photo by Russell Zeien http://gallery.russellz.com)


great work..
post the source code too.
it may useful to all.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:31 am 
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> great work..
> post the source code too.
> it may useful to all.

Hello Ramesh,

Thank you for responce. I'm not sure, sources are good enough to share it now. May be later.

Thanks,
- Alex.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 3:27 pm 
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Hello All,

There is a small update at http://www.automated-imaging.com/produc ... -setup.exe

I've fixed a few bugs, added Open In Editor feature and made program free.

As always will appreciate any feedback.

Thanks,
- Alexey.


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 Post subject: Congratulations
PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 12:20 pm 
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This is a nice project, if is your first makes it even nicer! Good one!


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