geeqie man page

Geeqie — GTK based multiformat image viewer

Synopsis

geeqie [options] [path]

Description

Geeqie is an interactive GTK based image viewer that supports multiple image formats, zooming, panning, thumbnails and sorting images into collections.

Options

+t,--with-tools

Force the toolbox to be shown.

-t,--without-tools

Force the toolbox to be hidden.

-f,--fullscreen

Start in full screen mode.

-s,--slideshow

Start in slideshow mode.

-l,--list

Open collection window for command line files.

--debug

Turn on debugging output.

-v,--version

Print version.

-h,--help

Print command line options.

Usage

Key naming is similar to that of emacs(1): C-key indicates that control should be held, and key should be pressed; S-key  indicates that shift should be held and key should be pressed; these two can be combined, also, into C-S-key.

left-mouse-click

(on image) next image

middle-mouse-click

(on image) previous image

right-mouse

context menu

middle-mouse-drag

drag and drop operations

mouse-wheel

(on image) Changes to the next or previous image, or if option is enabled, scrolls the image vertically.

mouse-wheel+Shift-key

(on image) Inverts the mouse wheel behavior between scrolling image or changing image.

mouse-wheel+Control-key

(on image) Zooms the image in and out.

General Keys

PageDown

next image

PageUp

previous image

Home

first image in list

End

last image in list

Tab

tab completion in path entry window

Escape

cancel completion in path entry window or stop generating thumbnails

Image Keys

Keys that are valid when the image part of the window is focused.

Arrows

pan image

Shift+Arrows

pan image faster

Space,N

next image

Backspace,B

previous image

Collection Window Keys

Arrows

move selection

Shift+Arrows

select multiple images

Control+Arrows

move selector without changing selection

Space

select the image under the selector

Control+Space

toggle selection of the image under the selector

Home

move selector to the top image

End

move selector to bottom image
Adding Shift or Control to Home and End has a similar effect as adding them to the arrows.

C-A

select all images

C-S-A

unselect all images

Delete

remove image form collection (does not delete the file)

C-L

add images to collection form main file list

N

sort collection by name

D

sort collection by date

B

sort collection by file size

P

sort collection by pathname

I

sort collection by name numerically (*)

Enter

view image under selector in the main image window

V

view image under selector in new window

C-1,2..9,0

open selected image(s) in external editor

S

save collection

C-S

save collection as

A

append current collection to existing collection

C-C

copy selected files

C-M

move selected files

C-R

rename selected files

C-D

delete selected files

C-W

close window

Duplicates Window Keys

C-A

select all images

C-S-A

unselect all images

1

select group 1 images

2

select group 2 images

C-L

add images from main window file list

C

add selected images to new collection

Delete

remove selected images from list

C-Delete

clear window

Enter

view image with focus in main window

V

view image with focus in new window

C-1,2..9,0

open selected image(s) in editor

C-P

display properties window for selected images

C-C

copy selected files

C-M

move selected files

C-R

rename selected files

C-D

delete selected files

C-W

close window

License

Copyright (C) 1999-2004 by John Ellis. Use this software at your own risk!   This software released under the GNU General Public License. Please read the COPYING file for more information.

Bugs

Please send bug reports and feedback to geeqie-devel@lists.sourceforge.net

Author

John Ellis <johne@verizon.net>
Manpage originally prepared by Nick Rusnov <nick@grawk.net>

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