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Old 17th April 2012, 01:59 AM
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I am looking for a magnifying glass for GNOME

I would like to install an app that would mangify a selected part of the screen. I need a magnifier that could cover the whole screen and have anti-aliasing software built in.

I have downloaded gnome-magnifier through PackageKit but it does not show in any menus.
When I tried to install it through yum I got the message that the file is already installed and latest version.
How come I don't see it in the menus?

I saw the kmag-magnifier but that is for KDE desktop, right? I am on GNOME.

Thanks in advance,

Niko

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