Neon 0.9.6 is out

Steven ** montgoss+openmokocommunity at
Tue Feb 10 16:39:01 CET 2009

In case no one has suggested it before, I'd love to see an auto-rotate
option that uses the accelerometers (perhaps --auto-grav-rotate).
Cause the version works very well currently, except for
having to manually rotate each image.  I don't want to always rotate
though, cause some images I don't see a need to rotate.  But it'd
always be pretty safe to assume that if I turn my Neo, I want to view
the image in landscape.  ;-)

I was planning to take a look at Neon and see if I could implement
that. But I don't want to duplicate work if you're already looking at


On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 7:18 AM, Valery Febvre <vfebvre at> wrote:
> Hi,
> A new release of Neon is available.
> This is a major feature enhancements release.
> Changes since
> * Images can be now auto-rotated by images dimensions (not by EXIF
> data).
> In other words, image is rotated if image's orientation is landscape.
> A new command line option (-r, --auto-rotate) has been added to
> enable/disable this new feature.

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