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KLook: A Swiss Army Knife of media type viewers


The application I am referring to, is called KLook. That is “look” prefixed with a “K.” What KLook does, is give you the ability to view images, text files (.txt), listen to audio and play video files from one application in a slideshow fashion.

Currently, it can be used to view images in png and jpg formats, listen to audio and video files supported by Phonon, and view text files. Support for reading PDF files is just around the corner. Starting KLook is pretty simple. Just select the files you want to view or play and press the Space bar on the keyboard.
 read more | mail this link | score:8237 | -finid, April 15, 2012
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