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BINS(1)			    General Commands Manual		       BINS(1)

NAME
       bins-edit-gui  --  Set fields in	XML picture description	files for BINS
       (using a	GNOME-based GUI)

SYNOPSIS
       bins-edit-gui [files ...]

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page	documents briefly the bins-edit-gui command.

       bins-edit-gui sets values in the	XML  picture  description  files  that
       bins(1) uses to generate	galleries.  It displays	the image (scaled down
       to fit the window) and allows you to fill in the	predefined fields  (or
       add  new	 ones.)	  For  command-line  editing  of  the  same  data, see
       bins_edit(1).

OPTIONS
       This program follows the	usual GNU command line syntax, with  long  op-
       tions starting with two dashes (`-').  A	summary	of options is included
       below.

       file	 file is the filename of the image itself.

       -v

       --version Displays program version.

       -v

       --version Displays program version.

       -h

       --help	 Displays command-line options.

       --debug	 Enables random	developer debugging messages.

COMMANDS
       C-n Next	file
		 Save current tags set (if any changes	have  been  made)  and
		 move on to the	next image.

       M-Page Down Forward 10
		 Save  current	tags  set  (if any changes have	been made) and
		 skip forward by 10 files.

       C-p Previous file
		 Save current tags set (if any changes	have  been  made)  and
		 move back to the previous image.

       M-Page Up Back 10
		 Save  current	tags  set  (if any changes have	been made) and
		 skip backwards	by 10 files.

       M-Home Start of List
		 Save current tags set (if any changes	have  been  made)  and
		 jump to the first file.

       M-End End of List
		 Save  current	tags  set  (if any changes have	been made) and
		 jump to the last file.

       M-a Auto-fill
		 Fill in any blank fields with the values from	the  most  re-
		 cently	 seen  image.  Particularly useful for copying a loca-
		 tion or event across a	set of images.

       Revert	 Reload	tags from the XML file,	wiping unsaved changes.

       C-s Save	 Save changes, if any.

       F2 Album	 Edit the album	this picture is	in.  (Under construction,  but
		 functional.)

       F3 Open	 Not yet implemented.  Should provide a	file browser later.

       > Rotate	Right
		 Rotate	 image	to  the	 Right (Clockwise.)  Actually sets the
		 Orientation tag with priority 1 so that it overrides the cor-
		 responding  EXIF  tag;	 it does not modify the	image file it-
		 self.

       Cancel rotation
		 Cancels any current changes  to  the  rotation	 tags  (effec-
		 tively,  this	is  a  "revert"	 function for the rotation, it
		 doesn't to back to the	original EXIF tags in the JPEG file.)

       < Rotate	Left
		 Rotate	image to the Left (Counter Clockwise.)	Actually  sets
		 the  Orientation tag with priority 1 so that it overrides the
		 corresponding EXIF tag; it does not modify the	image file it-
		 self.

       C-q Quit	 Quit program, saving current changes (if any.)

       About	 Display About box.

       License	 Display License box.

EXAMPLES
       Edit all	the images in a	directory:

       bins-edit-gui $(find bins-picture-dir -name '*.jpg')

SEE ALSO
       bins (1), bins_edit (1).

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Mark W. Eichin eichin@thok.org.

								       BINS(1)

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