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Building Image Galleries with Konqueror

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Did you know Konqueror has a handy little program to create photo galleries in a few quick steps? Here's how to use it.

I have had a digital camera for a several years now. I take a lot of photos with it, but most of them seem to end up stored on CDs that sit on the shelf. This happens because it seems to take too long to build photo galleries with my desktop.

Many photo gallery programs are available, but they always seem to be inconvenient. First, they aren't included with most Linux distributions. Second, they have complicated setups and/or they require a lot of command-line work to build the galleries. Recently, I was looking in the menus of Konqueror, KDE's file manager and Web browser, and saw an entry in the Tools menu called "Create Image Gallery".

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