Sailphoto

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Sailphoto is an application to view your images in the folders they reside. Openingpage is a list with saved locations and a combobox with choices home/nemo and mediacard. Clicking one of the choices brings you in the filesystem to select the folders to save in the openingspage. Browsing through the file system you can see the folders and files of the directory you are in.

This is an beta release. The gui is largely finished and the performance is much better then the previous release and the orientation issue with the image in filepage is fixed.

Known errors:

  • in filespage the height of the folderlist is not changed when the contextmenu (dis)appears and files are shown.
Screenshots: 
Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
harbour-sailphoto-0.5-1.armv7hl.rpm44.54 KB12/04/2017 - 23:45
harbour-sailphoto-0.5-1.i486.rpm49.2 KB12/04/2017 - 23:45
harbour-sailphoto-0.4-1.armv7hl.rpm41.19 KB09/03/2017 - 14:59
harbour-sailphoto-0.4-1.i486.rpm45.94 KB09/03/2017 - 15:00
Changelog: 

harbour-sailphoto 0.5-1

FilePage

  • added button (with gallery icon) to open image in jolla-gallery app

harbour-sailphoto 0.4-1

FilePage

  • improved animation when image is enlarged and then screen is double clicked: the image will be reduced neatly
  • added slideshow functionality (start/stop button).

harbour-sailphoto 0.3-1

FilesPage

  • improved thumbnail loading performance
  • animation for folderlist height

FilePage

  • improved image loading performance
  • fixed: orientation of loaded images
  • added filename in pageheader
  • image zoom (limited to 4 times view height and width)

Search

  • fixed: update of search result when searching for the second time with other filetype(s)

harbour-sailphoto 0.2-1

New icon

Coverpage

  • added two coveractions

FilePage

  • Double click image after resizing results in animated return to screen size
  • Text label as viewplaceholder for image that has filesize zero

FilesPage

  • Image are sorted on time ascending. 
  • Text label as viewplaceholder for image that has filesize zero
  • Fixed: Fileview.height when orientation is landscape and folders are not shown

SearchPage

  • added searchoptions: sort on time and name, ascending and descending
  • search on fileType

 

harbour-sailphoto 0.1-1

Initial version

Comments

asleep's picture

I've waited for so long for this app and finally some1 did it :-D ! I really appreciate it!

Thank you very much!

rgrnetalk's picture

Glad you like it, thanks for the comment!

feodoran's picture

is it possible to add .pdf support?

rgrnetalk's picture

Pdf is a format for documents, why add it to a photo viewer app? (and what's wrong with the documents app for pdf files?)

feodoran's picture

pdf can be used for any kind of graphics. I have a couple of vector graphics (stuff like plots, diagrams, flow charts etc.). With the documents app I can't filter by directory and get a preview of those, which of course make little sense for multi paged documents, but I have single paged figures.

rgrnetalk's picture

I suggest using the filebrowser app to select the directory and open the document. The documents app will be used for showing the pdf...

 

 

feodoran's picture

Filebrower does not show previews/thumbnails (or did I miss something?), which is the whole point of your app.

rgrnetalk's picture

Ok, understand the use case now. But Sailphoto uses the nemo thumbnail provider that can provide thumbnails of image files. Pdf format is not an image format so sailphoto will not work for pdfs and adding it means too much work.  

feodoran's picture

I'd like to test this on the Tablet, could you provide an i386 build as well?

rgrnetalk's picture

Here it is.. keep in mind that the gui is designed for phone format only, so the thumbnails will look ridiculous large on the tablet (and maybe the gui will look odd on some other places as well...). 

feodoran's picture

great, thanks!

Actually I like the size of the thumbnails, I would consider this as a reasonable "large thumbnail" setting. I get about 9-15 on one screen.

itdoesntmatt's picture

nice...useful!