This section describes the options presented under the Image Tab of the preferences dialog.
Selects the method used to scale the size of an image:
Fastest scaler, but results in poor image quality.
Results are somewhat close to bilinear, with better speed.
High quality results, moderately fast.
Slowest scaler, sometimes gives better results than bilinear.
Use alternate renderer. Geeqie must be compiled with the --enable-gpu-accel option.
Enables Geeqie to first display a scaled image using the Nearest zoom quality. After image decoding is complete, the image is scaled again using the selected Zoom Quality method. This allows faster display of an image as it is decoded from the source file.
Enable this to allow Geeqie to increase the image size for images that are smaller than the current view area when the zoom is set to Fit image to window . The value in the adjoining spin box sets the maximum size permitted in percent i.e. 100% is full-size.
This percentage will affect the size of the image when Fit image to window is set. Instead of using 100% of the window, it will use the specified percentage. It allows one to keep a border around the image (values lower than 100%) or to auto zoom the image (values greater than 100%). It affects fullscreen mode too.
Adjusts the step size when zooming in or out on an image. This value corresponds to the percentage of the original image.
Enable this to draw the image background (the area around the image) in the specified color.
Use this color chooser to define the color to use as image background.
You may use the Limit image size when autofitting (see above) option to keep a border around the image in fullscreen mode.
These two colors define the checkerboard background used when images with an alpha channel are displayed.