To install, extract and move to /Library/QuickLook folder.
Does exactly what it's supposed to, and still works in OS X Mavericks.
Simple, quick and it does what it's supposed to. Seems to work from any application which provides document previews (i.e. not just the Finder).Many thanks to the developer for spending the time to make this available. I have several thousand scanned accounting documents in Deja Vu format and this makes it much easier to peruse them.It would indeed, as the previous poster suggested, be helpful if one could view pages after the first (as does the PDF previewer). But having the quick view of one page instead of none is the real benefit :)I wish Deja Vu facilities were more widely available in standard applications like Adobe, Finder, whatever... it's the best encoding for imaged documents of all kinds and yet creates smaller files than any of the others.
Fixing my rating. Only displays single first page with no obvious way to scroll to the rest of the pages.
It's not supposed to "scroll to the rest of the pages"; it's a prevew (first page) plugin for QuickLook, not a DjVu reading application.
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