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This below post started as a question, then I gave it one last try, now it is a rant...

I am looking for a Linux app for examining images (BMP). I feel that my requirements are modest, but no application I have tried meets the following. I need to visually compare minuscule differences in sequence of images.

* Zoom in as elephant, I need pixels as big as peas
* Zoom in without filtering, I must see the original pixels
* Maintain the zoom as I flick through the images (am I only one in 8 billion who needs this?)

I have tried these: eog, nomacs, pinta, feh, mirage, ristretto.
Most of them zoom out always. Nomacs, starts with a promise, but zooms out to 100% randomly. Mirage just crashes. Many of them filter the large image.

Suggestions welcome. Thanks.


After several days of frustration, I just now tried qview. That one works. Elephant!
"If we don't change direction, we'll end up where we're going"

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