Nautilus Image Manipulator’s documentation

Date:May 10, 2012

Nautilus Image Manipulator is a Nautilus extension that lets you resize images and send them to friends and family, right from GNOME‘s default file manager. Just right-click on any photo or group of photos, and an option will appear that launches Nautilus Image Manipulator. A set of default settings make it easy to quickly resize pictures. You can also easily create your own profiles for later reuse.

This documentation contains information for end users, such as how to install the program and run it, and also information that would be useful for developers interested in expanding NIM’s capabilities or packaging it for their preferred Linux distribution.

This documentation is a work on progress, so stay tuned!

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