Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 497652
after saving image eog jumps to the first image
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:21:38 EST
Description of problem:
I hit this problem every time I download photos from the camera and go through them in eog, rotating thoseč photos which needed it. I start with the first image and proceed by clicking on the right arrow and occassionally rotate and save. However, after rotate+save, right arrow jumps to the first image in the folder which is annoying because I have to start from scratch.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
By going through the images in a directory via right arrow and saving.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a directory containing number of images in Nautilus
2. Open the first image in the directory in eog
3. Go through couple of the images by clicking on the right arrow
4. Rotate an image and save it (Ctrl+S)
5. Click on the right arrow
jumps to the first image in the directory
should jump to the next picture in the directory listing (as if no rotate+save happened)
This does not happen every time. It might be related to the fact that Nautilus re-generates the thumbnail after save. It seems to me that when I click on the right arrow while the thumbnail processing is in progress eog can jump to the first image in the directory more likely.
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