download feh 3.1.3
- Running "
feh --start-at .../file.jpg" without specifying images, directories or filelists to load is now equivalent to running "
feh --start-at .../file.jpg $(dirname .../file.jpg)". This way, it is possible to view a specific file and browse all other files in the corresponding directory. This is especially useful when starting feh from file managers.
- Introduce fuzzy matching in
--start-at: If the specified path is not found in the file list, feh now resorts to comparing basenames (i.e., file names without the directory components). This allows calls like "
feh --start-at cat.jpg ~/Pictures", which led to a file not found error in previous versions.