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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
gThumb is one of Gnome’s great choices when it comes to image viewers and browsers, but I admit that we have overlooked it for far too long. With version 3.1.4 getting released a few hours ago, I had the chance to test the application new features and general abilities for a typical daily use.
gThumb’s interface is very simple to understand and get started with. The application offers a tree view on the left, from where you can choose the destination of your photographs and view them on the right. The top panel houses navigation buttons, view toggling, zoom, tools, sharing and editing options, while also some more details about the selected photograph.