How can I show the pixel size of the image?
|Version:||3.0.0||Operating System:||Linux 64bit|
Is it possible to show the pixel size of the currently-showing image? e.g. it's 300 pixels wide by 200 pixels high? I couldn't find that in metadata, etc.
#2 Updated by Isophrictis over 3 years ago
actually nomacs displays this in the window title... but not in the metadata HUD
Sorry, I should have created an account before filing the bug. I expected it to give me an option.
Thank you for that information. That does the job for me. Having said that, it'd be nice to have it accessible in a menu for a few reasons. When the filename is long, or the window width short, it's not possible to see the full text. Also, I occasionally dabble with a KDE Plasma extension that allows me to hide the window title, placing the title in a panel, which gives it very little room for long titles. Finally, I'm not sure if I recall correctly, but I think Ubuntu's Unity also truncates window title to a fairly short length too.
#3 Updated by Markus over 3 years ago
you are right - would the status bar be a nice place for you? -> I don't really want to place it into metadata since this is not really an image metadata. there is also a metadata size which does not need to correspond with the actual image size. you can activate this size by right clicking the metadata HUD > Change Entries and select ImageWidth & ImageLength
#4 Updated by Isophrictis over 3 years ago
you are right - would the status bar be a nice place for you?
Thank you for the quick and pertinent reply. The first place I expected it to be was Panels > File Info, but the status bar makes sense too. Perhaps it could be in both? It looks like modification date and time is already duplicated in both.