I just wanted to let you know I’ve started working on a new G’MIC command
d2d), intended to offer an alternative viewer for 2d images.
The cool thing with having such a viewer defined as a custom command is the fact I’ll be able to customize it more easily, and re-use its code for other interactive commands if needed.
If you have G’MIC 2.6.2_pre compiled somewhere (CLI tool), then you should be able to test it already, with
$ gmic sp car d2d.
Right now, the command does not do much than the native
display command, except that:
- Image pan is now supported with the middle mouse button.
- Image zooming in/out, with the mouse wheel (or keys
-of the numeric pad).
- Local image normalization can be enabled/disabled, with key
I plan to add some more features, such as the ability to display 4-channels images are RGBA.
I’ll probably allow the user to select a crop also in the
Just let me know what you think about it, if you have a way to test it.