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pv.tcl is a simple image browser. It generates and displays thumbnails of images in a directory and allows for viewing of the full-size image when the thumbnail is selected. In many ways, pv.tcl is very similar to the visual schnauzer from XV.
The Main Window.
Just select a directory in the Directory View, and the thumbnails for images in that directory will be displayed in the Thumbnail View. Clicking on a thumbnail will show the full-size image. Clicking on a directory in the Thumbnail View will make that directory be the current directory for pv.tcl.
pv.tcl will show a directory thumbnail if one is available. For instance, assume directory /tmp is the active directory, and it contains a directory /tmp/blah. If directory /tmp/blah contains any images, the thumbnail for the first image in the directory will be shown in the Thumbnail View for /tmp/blah. You can view the full-size image for a directory thumbnail by clicking on it with the right mouse button.
Command Line Args
pv.tcl currently accepts no command line arguments.
<Double-Escape> Exit <F5> Refresh <arrow keys> Navigate in Directory View <Button-1> Select thumbnail in Thumbnail View <Button-1> Select directory in Directory View <Button-3> View directory thumbnail in Thumbnail View <Mouse-Wheel> Change selected thumbnail in Thumbnail View