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Markus Leuthold
Graphic Apps
KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps 28 comments

by kusi
Score 50.0%
Jun 22 2007
sounds really interesting, I didn't think about this idea yet. However, I'm not sure if it's a good idea to integrate this feature in my viewer plugin, I don't want to create yet another fully fledged image viewer, my goal is speed and ease of usage. It's probably a better idea to create a new kipi-plugin with only that feature.
I'll think about it.... - Feb 03 2007
you mean a shortcut for a zoomlevel such that one pixel of the image corresponds to one pixel on the screen? I just added this feature, but don't forget that OpenGL is not a pixel-exact specification. Therefore the "zoom to original size" function probably only approximates the original size. The difference shouldn't be visible though.

I didn't make up my mind yet on the toolbar.

Yes, I was already talking with other kipi-devs, we'll see... - Jan 30 2007
+/- zooms in/out to the middle of the screen. wait for the next release! - Jan 30 2007
that seems to be a result from the black-magic-autotools, aka autohell. I have no clue what's wrong. please post some more informations

was make -f Makefile.csv successful? - Jan 28 2007
thanks for the ebuild!

do you get distorted images without zooming? Video mem is not an issue as long as you don't zoom. btw I also have 32M. Please describe this image distortion a little bit more

do you use open source or ATI drivers?

OpenGL vs Kuickshow: the first is definatively sexier:) I feel bad having a GPU (->OpenGL) in my machine and not using it. Zooming is much faster with OpenGL. And just wait till some shader effects are implemented:) - Jan 28 2007