Linux – Gwenview Shortcut Keys
Gwenview Shortcut Keys for Linux
Space – Displays the next image in the directory.
Backspace – Displays the previous image in the directory.
Alt+Arrow – Moves to the parent folder of the current folder.
Ctrl+Shift+F – Switches into Full Screen Mode.
Esc – Switches back to Browse Mode.
Ctrl+M – Show or hide the menubar.
Ctrl+B – Show or hide the Thumbnail bar.
F4 – Show or hide the Sidebar.
F6 – Make the Location bar editable so that you can directly type in a file path. You can return to the standard Location Bar by pressing the arrow at the right.
Ctrl+R – Rotate the current image to the right.
Ctrl+L – Rotate the current image to the left.
Shift+R – Resize the current image.
Shift+C – Crop the current image.
Ctrl+Y – When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this synchronizes their views.
Tab – When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this switched to the image to the right of the currently selected image.
Shift+Tab – When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this switched to the image to the left of the currently selected image.
Ctrl+S – Save any changes made to the image.
Delete – Move the current image to the trash.
Shift+Delete – Permanently delete the image from the disk. Note that this operation is irreversible and cannot be undone.
Ctrl+P – Print the current image.
Ctrl+O – Open an image using the standard file selection dialog.
F – Pressing this shortcut toggles zoom-to-fit on and off.
P – Viewing a video this shortcut toggles playback on and off.
Ctrl+T – Edit tags.
Ctrl+F2 – Rename an image inline.
Delete – Move an image to the trash.
Shift+Delete – Delete an image.
Ctrl+F7 – Copy an image.
Ctrl+F8 – Move an image.
Ctrl+F9 – Link an image