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FOTOXX(1)							  Fotoxx man page							 FOTOXX(1)

NAME
Fotoxx - digital photo editor and collection manager SYNOPSIS
Fotoxx [ -v ] [ -lang code ] [ file | directory ] [ -recent ] [ -prev ] [ -slideshow <filename> [ -music <playlist> ] ] DESCRIPTION
Fotoxx is a graphical menu-driven program which operates in its own window. Organize and administer a collection of images, edit images, search images, perform image utility functions. OVERVIEW
Edit functions include: - View and edit most image file types and RAW file types - Adjust brightness/color/contrast using movable curves - Fix vignetting and other brightness uniformity problems - Expand and/or flatten the brightness distribution - Trim (crop), Resize, Flip, Rotate (any angle) - Sharpen, Blur, Reduce noise, Remove red-eyes - Tone Mapping (enhance local contrast and faint details) - Auto adjust white balance, Match colors to a standard - Remove a color caste even if it varies across the image - Warp (stretch/distort image by dragging the mouse) - Panorama, HDR, and Stack composites (hand-held photos OK) - Combine photos with differing focus depths - Artful transforms (simulate drawing, embossing, painting) - Pixel edit with variable brush transparency and blending - Edit selected objects or areas within an image - Copy and paste selected objects or areas (cutouts) - Smart erase: get rid of ground litter, power lines, etc. - Erase dust: remove dust spots on images from scanned slides - Write text on the image (vary font, color, transparency, angle) - Use Gimp or other editor as a plug-in function Utility functions include: - Thumbnail image browser and navigator - Add comments, tags, dates, and star-ratings to images - Search images by comments, tags, dates, star-ratings, file names - Rename images from camera using a base name and sequence number - Slide-show mode: automatic or keyboard control, optional music - Batch convert multiple RAW files to tiff-16 - Print image using standard or custom paper size - Select images from the navigator and burn a CD or DVD - Select images and send to preferred e-mail program - Assign images to named collection, edit and view collection - Tune monitor for color and gamma OPTIONS
Command line options -v print version and exit -lang code specify language (de, fr, zh_CN ...) file initial image file to view or edit directory initial directory of image files -prev open last file from the previous session -recent show a gallery of most recent files opened -slideshow <filename> is first image in a slide show -music <playlist> is a music file or a playlist SEE ALSO
The online user manual is available using the help menu. This manual explains Fotoxx operation in great detail. AUTHORS
Written by Mike Cornelison <kornelix2@gmail.com> Linux 2011-08-01 FOTOXX(1)

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image(n)						       Tk Built-In Commands							  image(n)

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NAME
image - Create and manipulate images SYNOPSIS
image option ?arg arg ...? _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
The image command is used to create, delete, and query images. It can take several different forms, depending on the option argument. The legal forms are: image create type ?name? ?option value ...? Creates a new image and a command with the same name and returns its name. type specifies the type of the image, which must be one of the types currently defined (e.g., bitmap). name specifies the name for the image; if it is omitted then Tk picks a name of the form imagex, where x is an integer. There may be any number of option-value pairs, which provide configuration options for the new image. The legal set of options is defined separately for each image type; see below for details on the options for built-in image types. If an image already exists by the given name then it is replaced with the new image and any instances of that image will redisplay with the new contents. It is important to note that the image command will silently overwrite any procedure that may cur- rently be defined by the given name, so choose the name wisely. It is recommended to use a separate namespace for image names (e.g., ::img::logo, ::img::large). image delete ?name name ...? Deletes each of the named images and returns an empty string. If there are instances of the images displayed in widgets, the images will not actually be deleted until all of the instances are released. However, the association between the instances and the image manager will be dropped. Existing instances will retain their sizes but redisplay as empty areas. If a deleted image is recreated with another call to image create, the existing instances will use the new image. image height name Returns a decimal string giving the height of image name in pixels. image inuse name Returns a boolean value indicating whether or not the image given by name is in use by any widgets. image names Returns a list containing the names of all existing images. image type name Returns the type of image name (the value of the type argument to image create when the image was created). image types Returns a list whose elements are all of the valid image types (i.e., all of the values that may be supplied for the type argument to image create). image width name Returns a decimal string giving the width of image name in pixels. Additional operations (e.g. writing the image to a file) may be available as subcommands of the image instance command. See the manual page for the particular image type for details. BUILT-IN IMAGE TYPES The following image types are defined by Tk so they will be available in any Tk application. Individual applications or extensions may define additional types. bitmap Each pixel in the image displays a foreground color, a background color, or nothing. See the bitmap manual entry for more informa- tion. photo Displays a variety of full-color images, using dithering to approximate colors on displays with limited color capabilities. See the photo manual entry for more information. SEE ALSO
bitmap(n), options(n), photo(n) KEYWORDS
height, image, types of images, width Tk 4.0 image(n)

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