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Old Mar 10, 2013, 4:28 PM   #11
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Oscar -

Yes, I'd already installed Trimage and tried it out - both under Peppermint3 and another Linux version (I think it was Ubuntu Studio 12.1).

When I clicked on Trimage to work on a jpeg file it appeared to have some sort of "compress" feature, but when I tried to use that, it didn't - so far as I could see - effect any change whatsoever.

Like I said, I think I'm going to continue using Faststone and Photoshop Elements 2 via Wine....

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You may want to look into DigiKam. It's excellent stuff.
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Thanks for the reference to DigiKam - I've downloaded it & it's quite interesting. Have you tried gthumb? I've found it quite useful.
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