Thursday, February 16, 2012


While playing around with Semplice Linux, I got a chance to try its default image viewer, Mirage.  Nice. I'll probably install it in my other distros as well, if possible.

Here's the Mirage web site:

Billed as "a fast and simple GTK+ image viewer, Mirage comes with its fair share of features, including cropping, flipping, rotating, resizing, zooming, taking screenshots, and more. It's available in the Debian Squeeze, Wheezy, and Unstable repos, and in the Ubuntu Hardy, Lucid, Maverick, Natty, Oneiric, and Precise repos. Also, I found it in the Fedora 16 repos. It doesn't bring in much in the way of dependencies, either.

Here's a screenshot, with the thumbnail pane open:

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