ImageBrowser
ImageBrowser
0.96

4.4

ImageBrowser free download for Mac

ImageBrowser

0.96
25 January 2008

Browse images contained in selectable directory.

Overview

ImageBrowser allows the user to browse the images contained in a user selectable directory. Once a directory is selected, thumbnails will be constructed. The user can then view (user) scaled versions of each image by
  1. Clicking on a thumbnail.
  2. Repeatly clicking on the Next button.
  3. Clicking on the Slide Show Button.
Comic format cbz and cbr formats now supported along with PDF creation.

What's new in ImageBrowser

Version 0.96:
  • This version adds support for password protected zip and cbz archives.
  • I have also added a space of about 10 pixels between pages in two page mode.

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Anonymous
22 June 2004

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For some reason, I could not open the application on my G5 dual.
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Version 0.7
Dshore95
15 January 2010
Strangely enough, I have never utilized this app. I came with the software downloaded when I first purchased my Canon camera and it still sits in the Canon folder. My question is this, I received a plethora of files with the download and I'm wondering what I have to place in the folder or for that matter if I even need it? In Feb of '06 someone asked a similar question and the response someone named 'Flying Meat' seemed to be - just the application. Is that still the case?
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Version 0.96
Phaleron
26 July 2007
This is a very helpful tool. I do wish it had a dragable file icon at the top of the window, much like Preview (and most other graphics programs). I often need to drag a file from the current window into a non-default app that is open in the dock, for further adjustments. ImageBrowser does not currently allow for this.
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Version 0.94
Fahjr56
17 February 2006
How do i install it i can see a lot of files and i am kind of new at this, where do i put all those other files that come in the app ??? the only one i know is the app itself what about these. It's kind of confusing AMShellWrapper.h AMShellWrapper.m build Controller.h Controller.m English.lproj exiftags-0.99.1 FileCount.nib FileCount~.nib ImageBrowser_Prefix.pch ImageBrowser.app ImageBrowser.icns ImageBrowser.xcode Info.plist KeyImageView.h KeyImageView.m main.m PSMActionImageCell.h PSMActionImageCell.m README.txt version.plist If anyone has any experience with this and could advise me i would appreciate it.
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Version 0.94
1 answer(s)
Flying-meat
Flying-meat
06 January 2008
You only need the application file. The other files are for those who wish to build the application from scratch. You can ignore them.
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Version 0.95
Anonymous
16 November 2004
If you're looking for Graphic Converter or even iPhoto, then you might be disappointed. If you're looking for an image browser that is fast and easy to use by keyboard and mouse, then I think that this ImageBrowser works very nicely. Many other image viewers are rather clunky on my 600 MHz computer, but this has some nice basic features (scrollable thumbnail drawer and slide show) and the ability to scroll through all image files in a directory by using left/right arrows, or Command-N. Also, the up/down arrow keys rotate the images. I like it. I think this guy also wrote a perl script to find the WAN address from a router (which I modified to work with my router). If you like the other ImageBrowser, use it.
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Version 0.94
Anonymous
01 October 2004
WARNING: This is not the great Image Browser 1.5.1
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Version 0.94
Bob
28 September 2004
Can't seem to make the program show the thumbnails ... also really slow and not very intuitive
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Version 0.94
1 answer(s)
Jerry LeVan
Jerry LeVan
29 September 2004
Hi Bob, To buld the thumbs ( after a directory is selected) do a -b or directly choose the build thumbs from the View menu. To see the thumbs do a -T or choose toggle thumbs from the view menu. Jerry
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Version 0.94
Anonymous
28 September 2004
Canon will probably have something to say about the name of this application. I'd suggest finding a new title.
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Version 0.94
Anonymous
22 July 2004
This isn't the first "Image Browser" here, and the other one is much more complete and usable. The developer needs to pick a new name, hobby or not, having two apps with the same name is just confusing. (yes, I've contacted him and asked him, and he just says it's only something he's doing for fun... as if that's got anything to do with the confusion it causes)
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Version 0.93
Anonymous
22 July 2004
This isn't a real application, just sample code for developers. Unusably slow.
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Version 0.93
Anonymous
21 July 2004
This is really only useful as a source code example for Objective-C developers. Beyond that there's nothing useful in this that you can't do with the Finder and Preview in MacOS X 10.3
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Version 0.93