google-drive-ocamlfuse is what you want.
It integrates Google Drive as a removable drive into Pantheon Files and/or Nautilus. It is free too.
Find detailled info on how to set it up (and to automatically mount at startup) here: http://www.webupd8.org/2013/09/mount-google-drive-in-linux-with-google.html
Only issues I have is that it feels kinda slow (I ...
On elementary OS Loki 0.4, I solved the problem by installing dconf-editor
sudo apt-get install dconf-editor
Then with dconf-editor navigate to org/panthenon/photos/crop-settings and set last-crop-height, last-crop-menu-choice and last-crop-height values to 0.
Please note it should be exactly zero otherwise it will not work!
You can't, yet:
It's one of the features I'm hoping are added in the future: Working with photos in ElementaryOS
GIMP is a free graphic manipulation tool.
From software center.
You can also install it through the terminal, if you are comfortable doing that, by running this command:
sudo apt-get install gimp
For the latest version, with newer features, use a PPA as GIMP suggests:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:otto-kesselgulasch/gimp
sudo apt-get ...
Removing the shotwell cache amounts to lose your database. In order to change the schema of your database:
Make a copy of the database,
Do echo "update versiontable set schema_version=20;" | sqlite3 ~/.local/share/shotwell/data/photo.db
I used this to move back from pantheon-photos to shotwell, when I got this error message from Shotwell:
"Your photo ...
It is not advisable to upgrade photos because, it may leads to incompatible issues. The reason is Shotwell 0.1.1 is based on schema 21 where as the version is 0.18 (or other) based on schema 20.
But even you can view/open photos (images) from shotwell
If still want latest version:
From the output of apt-cache policy shotwell:
ravan@ravan:~$ apt-cache ...
When searching for Gwenview I came across Eye of Gnome (eog).
It doesn't have as many editing tools, but it also doesn't have most of the issues I ran into with Photos. (The file order is wrong, but you can open a slideshow. And you can open multiple images in the same window, which makes that less painful).
You can ...
[ or ] but it only rotates the image right, so you need to press the key 3 times to rotate it to the left. Alt Gr 9 does the same thing. Ctrl [ or ] also rotates the image to the right. Ctrl Shift [ or ] doesn't work.
Strangely enough, on my PC Photos doesn't auto-import anything when I connect my camera. At the same time I couldn't find a preference inside the app which could be responsible for that behavior, let alone 'Do not convert my RAWs into JPGs please' option.
There's a preference called 'Watch library for new files' though, so try turning that off and see if it ...
The ones I could find so far:
Ctrl + A Select all
Ctrl + I Import from folder
Ctrl + S New smart album
Ctrl + F Search
Return View photo
F9 Toggle showing sidebar (left panel)
F10 Toggle showing photo info (right panel)
F11 Full screen mode
When viewing an image:
Shift Zoom out (while holding the key)
← / → Previous ...
I had a somewhat similar question before: File that handles raw thumbnails in Files, but I didn't get a useful answer.
I was considering a Sigma camera and I wanted the camera raw thumbnails in pantheon-files, but I've changed my mind about the Sigma anyway.
The only editable thumbnails files I could find were /etc/xdg/tumbler/tumbler.rc and /usr/share/...
The stuff you're looking for would appear to live in...
This directory contains a data directory, which contains 2 database files. Those 2 files appear to be in SQLite format, and you should be able to open and edit them using an SQLite browser such as GUI Editor for SQLite Databases
Naturally the .bak file seems to be a ...
I am not aware of any built-in way of syncing however, I would give overgrive a look they've got a 14 day trial and its $4.99 for a license. Basically integrates Google Drive into your desktop and by some parallels possibly your Google photos.
There are two good tools to edit meta-data of image-files:
exiftool and exiv2
You will find exif here: official site
It also has a graphical frontend: frontend for exif
This is a better tool than exiftool. You can find it here: official site.
Here is a man page on how to use this: exiv2 man page
The same happens on my laptop.I think this is an issue with pantheon-photos which is caused by it checking by the file extension (not mime type) and there is nothing we can do about it except creating an issue at https://launchpad.net/pantheon-photos
You can use PImagizer to resize one by one, or use Converseen to resize many images.
You can install it by the command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install converseen