Projects / Phototonic


Phototonic is an image viewer and organizer for Linux written in C++ and Qt. It is light and fast, does not depend on any desktop environment, supports several thumbnail layouts, and much more.

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Recent releases

  •  17 May 2014 16:09

    Release Notes: Images can now be rotated freely to any angle. A file name filtering option has been added. EXIF support has been added (Exiv2 is now a dependency); metadata is retained when saving images. New image features: New Image, Copy and Paste image data. The file system tree and Image Info panes can now be removed or docked anywhere. Many other small fixes and enhancements.

    •  21 Apr 2014 17:55

      Release Notes: This release added notifications in the viewer, a new Colors dialog with hue and saturation settings, and support for animated GIFs. Large images can now be moved around with the keyboard as well as the mouse. Usability issues were fixed. Qt 5.2 is now used. Missing icons when not in a DE were fixed. Additional image info was added to status and title bars. Issues with thumbnail navigation were fixed.

      •  28 Mar 2014 11:52

        Release Notes: This release adds an option to open images with an external application, and adds some additional bugfixes and enhancements.


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