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Oct 21, 2015

I have been using Debian 8 with XFCE for the past 9 months.

Recently I had a simple job of going through a bunch of receipts (several hundred) and rotating them so that they were all portrait. Easy you may say? Linux fails dramatically.

My only requirements are a visual tool where I can see the image and then a button or even better a keyboard shortcut so I can rotate clockwise/anti-clockwise and move onto the next.

Here are my attempts at this:

ATTEMPT 01 - GIMP

GIMP works but you have to load it up everytime, and the save as feature tries to push XCF format onto you. I just want to overwrite it.

ATTEMPT 02 - GTHUMB

GThumb works as well, but its horribly slow, pops up an annoying image distortion prompt everytime you do it, and it moves the image you've just rotated to the end of the filmstrip and takes you there with it. Unworkable in reality.

ATTEMPT 03 - Nautilus

Nautilus simply fails altogether with a GTK error in the background.

ATTEMPT 04 - Ristretto

This is the default viewer with Debian 8 and it works. Or so I thought. When you rotate in Ristretto it just rotates it within the software and doesn't persist it within the image. So I went off and did 50 of them, thought I had and when I went to view them in other software they were still landscape. Incredibly frustrating.

ATTEMPT 05 - Windows 7 - Standard Image Viewer

This just works. I click one button, rotate left/right and then click next and it's saved. Ristretto could do this if it actually persisted the changes but it doesn't. So I find myself doing this job in a Windows 7 Virtual Machine because Linux just simply doesn't provide a working tool for me.

Any software that does the above simple task well in Linux?

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