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I use Fedora and I have the same behavior. To change the application
that is used by LO, you must go in your system configuration parameters
and change the default application used for images. In my case,
changing the application from the default image viewer application to
GIMP did the trick, after relaunching LO. Downside to that is if you
use a file viewer and select an image, GIMP will be launched instead of
the viewer.
If you do not want to change your system parameters, you can use this
other method which involves a few more steps:
1) Right-click on the image in your document and select Save picture
2) Use an image editor to edit the picture outside of LO
3) Right-click on the image in your document and select Replace
picture. Replace picture should keep the aspect ratio, size, etc so it
will in essence be the same as editing the image in the document.
I hope this helps,
Rémy Gauthier.
Le dimanche 01 mai 2016 à 15:10 +0200, Felipe T. Dorado a écrit :
Hi  : )

I use LO 4.4 and the new Versión:

When I right-click on an image in LO writer and select "Editar con
herramienta externa ..." I am not given the option of choosing a
with which to edit the image. Instead the predetermined image viewer

Where can I configure that I want to edit the image with The Gimp? 
Can't find it in Options, Help, the wiki and various searches I've

I use Debian 8.


Felipe  : )

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