o.sinclair at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 14:47:07 BST 2006
> On 9/27/06, *Tez* <binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
> <mailto:binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk>> wrote:
> Orjan Sinclair wrote:
> > When in windows I have always (well since it was launched) used
> > Picasa for photos, has all you need like automatic resizing when you
> > mail photos, burning to CD etc etc.
> > What similar native KDE apps are there? I know I can download
> and run
> > Picasa w. Wine but would prefer a native application.
> > Sinclair
> If you want all that functionality picasa + wine is the best
> else you can install a few different apps, but i'm not big
> graphics user.
> Picasa has a native linux client as mentioned above, so no need to use
> wine to run it. Also, there are apps like gwenview and digikam that
> you might look into as well that have a lot of great features.
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Well, if you look at the download page/link it says;
Picasa 9 Mb, Wine 12 Mb and Gecko Engine 3 Mb...so it is actually run
Gwenview is not near Picasa (no offense meant) and when I try to figure
digikam out (without downloading that is) I can't figure out it's features.
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