Ephoto 1.5 Released

  • 2017-08-22 - by Stephen M Houston

Ephoto 1.5 has been released and it is available at the following links: http://www.smhouston.us/stuff/ephoto-1.5.tar.gz http://www.smhouston.us/stuff/ephoto-1.5.tar.xz

This is a bugfix release that also contains a slight change to the interface of Ephoto. The main interface is no longer using the translucent overlay panels for file browsing and such. It is now using standard elementary widgets and no longer hovers over other items hiding your images. This release also fixes the issues with compiling and running Ephoto with EFL 1.20. This release will bridge the gap between 1.0 and 2.0.

Ephoto is a comprehensive image/photo viewer written in C and using the Enlightened Foundation Libraries. The application supports file system browsing for photos and images, enhancement and editing features, and moving slideshows.

Interested in learning more about Ephoto? Please visit the Ephoto page at http://www.smhouston.us/ephoto/ as well as http://phab.enlightenment.org/w/projects/ephoto/

Thank you for your support over the years!!

Stephen Houston

  • Don't use panes in the editor
  • Removed buggy panes
  • Fix label aspect handling
  • Remove unneccessary header
  • Add option to choose between cropped thumbnails and aspect based thumbnails
  • Check that a path exists before running file_file_get on it
  • Implement open/closed folder icon changing and clean up some fdo icons
  • Fix a potential crash when switching directories in single view
  • Make sure the monitor callback for delete is on the file we are working on
  • Use “start” for Windows based devices instead of xdg-open
  • Move root/home shortcuts into the context menu and remove min size restrictions that affect window resizing
  • Quit dumb negative padding
  • Allow resizeable panels, remove checkerboard so that it functions better with themes, add shortcuts for home and root
  • Don't set a color on the background of the tiling so that the transparency overlays will match any theme's background.

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