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- Aug 1 2016, 4:35 PM (155 w, 16 h)
Sun, Jul 21
The changes have all been implemented.
Fri, Jul 19
I don't know how you use gwenview, but I only use it to browse images, so YMMV.
Let's consider two different things I regularly do with image files:
Regarding Gwenview's use of a dark color scheme: this is consistent with different image viewers and editors. If you want to increase visual consistency, it should be with other image applications, not general purpose file browsers.
If this goal is chosen, I'd like to make a suggestion:
For me as an application developer it would be beneficial to have detailed guidelines towards this goal:
- what is considered the base standard?
- what additional steps can be taken?
- And most importantly: have some test plans for the different aspects of accessibility that I can check my application against.
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Jun 22 2019
@ngraham: I wasn't aware that gwenview ships some KIPI plugins of its own, but here (Debian sid), the remaining KIPI export plugins are still listed in gwenview.
I'm not sure what you mean by "has no way to install them" - the general design of KIPI did not try to install anything at runtime. Plugins are usually installed like any other package via package manager and the KIPI-enabled programs use whatever plugins are available.