Pix is a nice, simple Image Viewer and Editor that comes with Linux Mint 18.1. It comes with pretty simple user interface but its very easy to use. Pix 1.2.1 can be installed through Manjaro Pamac software manager.
Pix Image Viewer was developed based on gThumb Image Viewer. The browser mode will display image thumbnails of any images found on the selected folder. The detailed metadata of the selected image will be displayed on the left panel. We can also configure the layout of the main window as well.
We can easily add comment, title, date and some other information to our images. This is a useful tool to better manage and tag your picture collections.
The basic tool such as rotate, resize, convert to other format can be reached from the Tools menu on Pix main window. It can instantly export your current image to other format such as PNG, JPG, Tiff, TGA and WebP image.
The resize menu offers a basic resize mode.
Double click an image to enter the full screen mode where we can use Page Up and Page Down button for navigation.
Edit Image with Pix Image Viewer
Now lets try the image editing feature on this application. Click the Edit button on the top right to open the edit menu where you can find some adjustment tools. Unfortunately there is no slider for the contrast menu, so we cannot change it manually.
Install Pix on Manjaro
sudo pacman -S pix
In my case, I also install clutter-gtk to run Pix properly.
sudo pacman -S clutter-gtk