Using the Image Viewer

The Image Viewer software is unique in that you usually don't start it by itself. There's no entry for it in the default Ubuntu Applications menu. Instead, it's usually started by some other application, such as Nautilus, when you want to view image files. If you're viewing a folder in Nautilus and double-click on an image file, the Image Viewer main window appears with the image inside, as shown in Figure 10-1.

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Figure 10-1 : The Image Viewer window in action.

Figure 10-1 : The Image Viewer window in action.

Just as you would expect from any other GNOME application, the Image Viewer window includes a menu bar, a toolbar, a viewing area, and a status bar at the bottom of the window. Let's take a look at the various features included in these sections.

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