Adv Reply July 12th, 2011 #9 Re: Borderless picture viewer?
Yusuf, junior Engineer posts: 188, registered:, message 2 of 2, i don't know if there is any dwg viewer for Linux (or ubuntu but maybe you can convert your DWG to PDF previously, then use Foxit Reader to read the your PDF on Linux.
User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike.0 International License.This product was released by Fuxin Corporation.Nomacs is a free under license GPLv3 image viewer with lot of features, it is cross-platform available for Linux, Windows and Mac.Code: sudo apt-get install feh Absolutely exactly what I need for my Digital Picture Frame.It is a non-commercial software with these following features: zoom in and out for viewing, page navigation, bookmark panel, thumbnail panel, text selection, snapshot tool and full screen mode.Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd.Picasa does not do the job on my Ubuntu.04 though."I may disagree with what you have to say, but I shall defend, to the death, your right to say." -Voltaire, adv pc games low requirements Reply, august 2nd, 2009 #2, re: Borderless picture viewer?You can also view your photos displayed in a thumbnail list or slideshow, check the metadata (e.g.Supported formats are: PNG, JPG, jpeg, TIF, BMP, PPM, ARW, PSD, DNG, TGA, ICO, CRW, MPO, GIF, XPM, XBM, PBM, PGM, NEF, CRW, ARW, CR2, and nomacs can also display the exif information for each picture, where the metadata exists.
Install Compiz Fusion, then ALT F2 and type ccsm.
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The toolbar won't show unless you put the pointer to the top or bottom of your screen depending on which viewer you are using.Re: Borderless picture viewer?Val "I may disagree with what you have to say, but I shall defend, to the death, your right to say." -Voltaire, adv Reply, august 5th, 2009 #6.I Googled it, but didn't find anything; I don't know if this even exists.Multi-boot: Arch linux, Ubuntu.04, Windows 7 Windows.I've heard of borderless themes, but I'd like to keep borders on other windows.You could go this way.Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project.I'm wondering: Is there a program, somewhere in cyberspace, that allows me to view images (jpeg, etc) without any kind of border?"Free software is a matter of liberty, not price." - Richard Stallman So don't forget to tip your software authors!