Eye of Gnome displays 99% zoom as default view size

Bug #242437 reported by Milan Knizek on 2008-06-23
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
eog (Ubuntu)
Low
Ubuntu Desktop Bugs

Bug Description

When Eye of Gnome is started from Nautilus (as a default viewer for images) or a command line with the name of image as a single parameter, the window size is always a bit smaller so that the image is displayed with 99% zoom (no matter what the actual image size is). The image looks a bit blurred then if displayed 1:1 zoom.

Ubuntu 8.04 x86_64.

Pedro Villavicencio (pedro) wrote :

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Thanks!

Changed in eog:
assignee: nobody → desktop-bugs
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → Incomplete
Milan Knizek (knizek) wrote :

Sorry for not being specific.

1.
In Gnome with Human look and compiz window manager, start nautilus and go to a folder with an image, which resolution is smaller than your screen size (say, about 75% each way).

Double click on the image and nautilus will start Eye of Gnome with the picture displayed.

2.
For images smaller than screen size I would expect that not scaling is applied and the image displays at 100% (pixel for pixel or 1:1 view).

3.
EoG alwayz displays the image scaled down to 99%.
As a side effect, the image looks blurred (which is normal - after downscaling, some sharpening should be applied and I do not expect that EoG will do that since then it would be slow).

Attached you can find a test image (feel free to use elsewhere or distribute) and a screenshot with highligted zoom percentage.

I assume that problem is caused either by window decoration or by wrongly calculated window size of EoG.

Let me know if it is still unclear.

Milan Knizek (knizek) wrote :
Pedro Villavicencio (pedro) wrote :

Thanks for the bug report. This particular bug has already been reported into our bug tracking system, but please feel free to report any further bugs you find.

Changed in eog:
status: Incomplete → Invalid
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