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Software News   Software News : Bugfix for GQView 2.1.5 / AmiCygnix released
   posted by CygnusEd on 8-Jan-2009 16:07:52 (1801 reads)
A new release of GQView 2.1.5 is now available on OS4-Depot. This has changed
compared to the last version:

* Added support for SVG images.
* Fixed bug in the load routines for RAW images.


GQview is an image viewer, that makes navigation of images easy.

Download: gqview.lha
Homepage: http://gqview.sourceforge.net
    

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