Ephoto 1.5 has been released and it is available at the following links: http://www.smhouston.us/stuff/ephoto-1.5.tar.gz http://www.smhouston.us/stuff/ephoto-1.5.tar.xz This is a bugfix release that also contains a slight change to the interface of Ephoto. The main interface is no longer using the translucent […]
It is with great pleasure that I announce the first major release of Ephoto is now available to download! This release comes just a few short weeks after Ephoto 1.0-beta3 and it coincides with EFL version 1.19 final. Please report […]
Ephoto 1.0 Beta3 is now available for download. This comes several months after beta2. There was overwhelming support and requests following the second beta. The largest part of this feedback was that the transparent overlapping panels that auto-hid would be […]
Ephoto 1.0 Beta2 is now available for download. This comes two weeks after Beta1. There was a great response to the first beta, with very valuable feedback that has allowed for the second beta to be released. This will be […]
Many of you are probably like me … you have a relatively small music library that gets old fast. You find elegant and highly functional music players, but they don’t support much outside of playing your local library. Enter EMPC. You […]
Ephoto 1.0 Beta1 is now available for download. After over a decade of development, rewrites, and shenanigans, Ephoto finally has the features, stability, and userbase to support a release. This is the first beta that will be released prior to […]
Ephoto has many simple editing features. Today I added a few more filters to the list, so I feel like this is a good time to provide a visual before and after of each filter Ephoto offers: Auto Equalize: […]
Today I committed an Edjier Ephoto into the enlightenment repository. The idea was based on feedback from everyone that Ephoto was very nice but didn’t follow the vision for EFL apps. This is a good base that can allow Ephoto […]
Ephoto recently gained the ability to search for images in the current directory. The search feature was useful, but was limited to just searching in place and highlighting the “next” match.
Yesterday I provided a dirty tutorial on how to make a genlist work correctly with a frame and auto-collapse. Today, I will show you a cleaner way to make it work.