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Which light Gui from modify images files?

I would like to make some changes fast, for examples resize images without using gimp.

Which packages would recommended?

I have installed gthumb but it isn't very light.
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ImageMagick can do a lot of stuff, and can work without Xorg (you can use it from your shell)... i don't know if ImageMagick is more lightweight then ghtumb though.
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Well, perhaps not in the install, but considering you don't have to open it in a GUI to do the resizing, it would probably classify as lightweight.

For example
convert -resize <size> whatever.jpg
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Command line is the bomb! Make a little loop and you can convert your 100 pic photo collection in 2 seconds to your ideal resolution.

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In effect i use a similar solution on Ubuntu.
I launch menu script from context menu (right-click mouse).
The problem is that i don't known how could launch script using Icewm.
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The problem is that i don't known how could launch script using Icewm.
I have no knowledge of IceWM, but a window manager agnostic solution would be to configure iDesk which allows buttons to be placed on the desktop to activate whatever application or script you choose:

http://idesk.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

iDesk can be found in packages/ports.

FWIW.
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I have tried iDesk and now I can launch script.

Thanks.
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Which light Gui from modify images files?

I would like to make some changes fast, for examples resize images without using gimp.

Which packages would recommended?

I have installed gthumb but it isn't very light.
Try /graphics/feh. Really light weight and excellent for setting the wallpaper.
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