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Manual Reference Pages  -  BINS-EDIT-GUI (1)

NAME

bins-edit-gui — Set fields in XML picture description files for BINS (using a GNOME-based GUI)

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

bins-edit-gui [files ...]

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the bins-edit-gui command.

bins-edit-gui sets values in the XML picture description files that bins(1) uses to generate galleries. It displays the image (scaled down to fit the window) and allows you to fill in the predefined fields (or add new ones.) For command-line editing of the same data, see bins_edit(1).

OPTIONS

This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (‘-’). A summary of options is included below.
file file is the filename of the image itself.
-v
--version Displays program version.
-v
--version Displays program version.
-h
--help Displays command-line options.
--debug Enables random developer debugging messages.

COMMANDS

C-n Next file Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and move on to the next image.
M-Page Down Forward 10 Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and skip forward by 10 files.
C-p Previous file Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and move back to the previous image.
M-Page Up Back 10 Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and skip backwards by 10 files.
M-Home Start of List Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and jump to the first file.
M-End End of List Save current tags set (if any changes have been made) and jump to the last file.
M-a Auto-fill Fill in any blank fields with the values from the most recently seen image. Particularly useful for copying a location or event across a set of images.
Revert Reload tags from the XML file, wiping unsaved changes.
C-s Save Save changes, if any.
F2 Album Edit the album this picture is in. (Under construction, but functional.)
F3 Open Not yet implemented. Should provide a file browser later.
> Rotate Right Rotate image to the Right (Clockwise.) Actually sets the Orientation tag with priority 1 so that it overrides the corresponding EXIF tag; it does not modify the image file itself.
Cancel rotation Cancels any current changes to the rotation tags (effectively, this is a "revert" function for the rotation, it doesn’t to back to the original EXIF tags in the JPEG file.)
< Rotate Left Rotate image to the Left (Counter Clockwise.) Actually sets the Orientation tag with priority 1 so that it overrides the corresponding EXIF tag; it does not modify the image file itself.
C-q Quit Quit program, saving current changes (if any.)
About Display About box.
License Display License box.

EXAMPLES

Edit all the images in a directory:

bins-edit-gui $(find bins-picture-dir -name ’*.jpg’)

SEE ALSO

bins(1), bins_edit(1).

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Mark W. Eichin eichin@thok.org.

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