Pinta could also be used as an image browser?

Asked by William James on 2017-01-22

I believe that once some isues are sorted out with pinta, this program could also be used as an image browser should my suggestion be considered usefull if some one were able to be able to make it behave both ways!
 From a gui point of view, one would start by scrolling through a load of images like one would do with ristretto or similar program and as soon as one starts to edit an image then pinta would change mode from image viewer to image editor mode. This is just an idea but if some one were to make a program which both browses imagea AND edits them in the same window then it would allow the user to have a single program for all imaging needs and reduce clutter on their system and also remove the need to look for images in one program, close that program and then open another one in order to edit it hoping you have remembered which one it was you just saw!

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William James (william8james) said : #2

On Tue, 07 Feb 2017 09:43:58 -0000
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Ok just delete the question

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Cameron White (cameronwhite91) said : #3

It's better to log feature requests through the bug database or through

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