Version: 0.8.5 (using KDE 3.1.0)
Installed from: SuSE
Compiler: gcc version 3.2
OS: Linux (i686) release 2.4.19-4GB
I'd be happy if it would be possible to rotate jpegs (from Digicams) lossless (and keep the exif-informations, but I've already seen this on the wishlist).
At the moment I can rotate via 7, 8, 9, but to keep the rotation I have to create a new picture... or did I miss sth?
I found this feature in IrfanView for Windows and think that this is a really cool feature.
This feature would be great!
I agree : I used to make 9 and next Ctrl+S but I loose EXIF information...
*** Bug 57527 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I completely agree with #2.
It would be great, if this could be implemented somewhere central in kde, and then binded to the context-menu of konqueror too.
not a bug
Ok, since saving the rotated picture causes the loss of the EXIF information, it *is* a bug. Sorry.
Knoppix has this feature as a Konqueror kontext menu since ages.
I also miss this feature. As a work around I added a shell script into the context menu of KDE whose core looks like this:
jpegtran -rotate 90 -copy all -trim filename.jpg
alternatively, you could use jhead
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 176049 ***
Please do not be offended, but I am somehow disappointed.
Marking this kuickshow bug from the year 2003 as a duplicate of a gwenview bug from year 2008 is cheap. Especially, when latter's resolution is "UPSTREAM", and has not really been resolved.
Amazing, 5 years have gone by, "ages" in IT history.
Yeah, the only reason I saw this is because it had 800 votes and I had seen the bug recently. Oh well, on the plus side it shows that the voting system is good for something. :P
Please reopen this bug report. It's ridiculous to mark a kuickshow bug as a duplicate of a gwenview bug.
Is kuickshow maintained anymore ? Are any distros using it ? It seems the latest release 0.8.5 was in 2003.
Yes, it is still being maintained and released with KDE 4. See Bug 188539.
Great. Then it makes even less sense with the current duplication status.
I'll reopen it and am going to tackle it when I have some time. If anyone else feels like doing it, here's how I'd do it:
- link kuickshow to libexiv2 (or even libkexiv2)
- in the method that performs saving in kuickshow (somewhere in imlibwidget.cpp or imagewindow.cpp), read the tags before saving and apply them again after saving (because Imlib performs the saving itself and doesn't know anything about exiv tags).
Hmm, is Kuickshow still developed? Can this be closed with "unmaintained" or so?
Does Gwenview have this feature?
I have no idea if this bug report is still current. Frankly, I hope not. since I reported it I haven not trusted kde to rotate my pictures.
I'm sure though that you can close the bug.
Thanks for asking!
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> Hmm, is Kuickshow still developed? Can this be closed with "unmaintained" or
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Well I can´t, cause I lack the bugzilla rights for it. ;)
Thanks for your bug report or feature request.
The Kuickshow application is no longer maintained, and all open tickets are now closed.
See also http://websvn.kde.org/?view=revision&revision=1383834