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Raspberry Pi For Dummies by Mike Cook, Sean McManus

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Using the Image Viewer

It’s easy to look at your digital photos and other images using LXDE. Among the accessories in the Programs menu is the Image Viewer. You can start it through the menu, but most of the time it starts automatically when you double-click a photo or other image file in one of your folders.

The Image Viewer displays your picture, with a toolbar along the bottom underneath it, as you can see in Figure 4-11. From left to right, this is what the buttons do:

check.png Previous: Goes to the previous photo in the folder. Note that any unsaved changes (such as rotation) are lost. You can also use the left arrow key on the keyboard.

check.png Next: Goes to the next photo in the folder. As with the Previous button, clicking this discards any unsaved changes you’ve made to the current photo. You can also use the right arrow key on the keyboard.

check.png Start Slideshow: Click this button to begin a slideshow of all the photos in the folder. The interval between photos is set at five seconds, but you can change that in the preferences. You can also use the W key to start a slideshow.

check.png Zoom Out: Click this ...

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