Re: gthumb 2.12 a pain

Sounds like a migration to the MS way of doing things - F*$k with the
UI to keep it interesting...

On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 10:06 AM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm htt-consult com> wrote:
> On my Fedora 12 systems I used gthumb 2.10.12 a lot.  Now on Fedora 14 I
> have 2.12.1
> I don't like the change in the directory tree.  It is harder to go up and
> down a tree to see images.
> I don't like the changes in the thumbprint viewer.  Too much information,
> and thus fewer thumbprints in the window.
> Moving images between directories does not seem to work now.  It is only a
> copy function.  So you drag the image to the new directory. Switch over to
> make sure it made it.  Switch back and delete it.  Truly a pain.
> Full screen view zooming and fitting works better.  Plus when you change
> images, it returns to the default size.  So if you zoomed in on one picture
> to see the grandkid better, the next family shot shows everyone instead of
> zoomed in on who knows what.
> Is there anyway to get the old functionality back?  Moving is the big one...
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