[SOLVED] Mint 14 Mate doesn't have image resizing

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[SOLVED] Mint 14 Mate doesn't have image resizing

Postby ecoalex on Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:23 pm

In upgrading to 14 Mate from Mint 11, I lost the ability to resize images using mouse right click menu.I installed nautilis image control,and eye of gnome which worked with katya,still no resizing in right click menu.What do I need to have this?

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Re: Mint 14 Mate doesn't have image resizing on right click

Postby TheDynamicHamza21 on Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:40 pm

ecoalex wrote:I installed nautilis image control,and eye of gnome which worked with katya,still no resizing in right click menu.What do I need to have this?

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I'm not sure if this helps but MATE is fork of Gnome 2 and Nautilus and Eye Of Gnome are Gnome 3. Many Gnome 3 applications don't work on MATE.
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Re: Mint 14 Mate doesn't have image resizing on right click

Postby ecoalex on Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:25 pm

Thanks for that. Is there any app that will allow me this feature? It was handy.Would the Cinnamon desktop work?

I tried installing Cinnamon 14,but lacked the graphics drivers,this on a AMD dual core desktop.Strange it did fully load on an older HP Pentium 2 machine.
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Re: [SOLVED] Mint 14 Mate doesn't have image resizing

Postby TheDynamicHamza21 on Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:20 pm

There's a caja-image-converter in software manager it supposed to add "resize image" to the file manager.

Caja extension to mass resize or rotate images
This package adds a "Resize Images..." menu item to the context menu of
all images. This opens a dialog where you set the desired image size
and file name. A click on "Resize" finally resizes the image(s) using
ImageMagick's convert tool.

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