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Using this script (https://github.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes/tree/master/Command-Line/09%20-%20Command-Line%20-%20Editing%20images%20in%20the%20command%20line), you can edit images easily in the command line. Dailog as an interface allows keyboard, mouse, and space bar for auto-completion. If you are in GUI, images are previewed with your default viewer; if you are in TTY, fbi (frame-buffering image-viewer) is used. This is not for batch editing.
Notes: https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotesRSS: https://www.bitchute.com/feeds/rss/channel/theouterlinux
Keywords: command line, Linux, Unix, help, howto, tutorial, video, graphics, productivity
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