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KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps by kusi 28 comments

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
KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps by kusi 28 comments

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
KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps by kusi 28 comments

...done!
+/- zooms in/out to the middle of the screen. wait for the next release! - Jan 30 2007
KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps by kusi 28 comments

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
KIPI Plugin: OpenGL Image Viewer

Graphic Apps by kusi 28 comments

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