JView
JView 2.7
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JView allows you to open up and view different image formats including JPEG, GIF, TIF, BMP, PICT and ICNS formats.
What's New
Version 2.7:
  • Preview panel.
  • Set and / or lock the frame size.
  • Slideshow code refactoring.
  • Many bugs fixed.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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JView User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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+3

Junueno reviewed on 06 Apr 2014
JView is my default image viewer. Full screen mode, decent slideshow and keyboard control lets you flip through images in a folder. It's like if Preview were good. Not an image manipulation tool if that's what you're looking for.
[Version 2.7]


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+1

barzus reviewed on 19 Nov 2013
Viewing a small image the program used 30MB compared to only 8MB for Xee. It also doesn't remember window placement, so if you move the image window to a specific spot and open other images later, the window reopens in the upper left corner, unlike Xee which will remember your preference.
[Version 2.7]


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Uc commented on 07 Jun 2010
Love this program, upon migrating to a new mac it immediately replaces Preview as my goto image viewer.

I've been using it for years, but upon loading it onto a new Hackintosh Dell 10v i've found something thats annoying and Im not sure if its a preference I can adjust or a bug:

When I rotate an image in a folder, and then continue to scan through the folder the view stays rotated for consecutive images, even if they don't need to be rotated.

Help?
[Version 2.7]


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Canisbos commented on 03 Dec 2009
This version (or maybe the previous one, I'm not sure) seems to introduce a new bug. On my setup (MacBook Pro 13", SL 10.6.2), most images display a one-pixel-wide white stripe at the right edge, only in window mode (not fullscreen).
[Version 2.6.3]

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Carcoava Inc. (developer) replied on 04 Dec 2009
It doesn't happen to all the pictures. Pretty annoying though. I will look into this issue.
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Canisbos replied on 06 Dec 2009
It's fixed. Thanks!
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Teszeract tipped on 16 Nov 2009
It's not in the documentation, but single key presses seem to do something. R(random?), U, D(delete), L, Z(zoom), C(centre window), esc(hides), [, ], -=numeric keys for zooms (without cmd). Any idea what these unknown ones do?
[Version 2.6]

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Teszeract replied on 16 Nov 2009
Oh god, I am stupid. The keys.pdf file is right there on the disk image. At ease, all.
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+9
Allanliu commented on 10 Oct 2009
An Intel 64 bit build is available. In case you want it, please email me at shopton@gmail.com since I don't have a server to host multiple builds.
[Version 2.6]

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Ulyssesric replied on 23 Oct 2009
As far as I'm concerned, you may just create single build that contains both 32 and 64 bits.
Please check this article:
http://cocoawithlove.com/2009/09/building-for-earlier-os-versions-in.html
Please keep on this excellent app. It's simply the best!
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allanliu commented on 28 Jul 2009
The download is hosted by MacUpdate for free now. Thanks MacUpdate!
[Version 2.6]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 28 Jul 2009
You're very welcome. Thanks for the software!
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+1
ohkami commented on 13 Sep 2009
Dear Allan,
I have used JView for many many years now. IMHO it's simply the best viewer. I don't know how you do it but somehow pictures scaled up or down just look far better on screen than any other viewer I've ever tried.
However, as of now I'm still at version 1.9.5. I downloaded 2.6 but it seems it doesn't work with Tiger. What is the latest version that works with Tiger, and where could I get it?
Best regards,
ohkami
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allanliu replied on 13 Sep 2009
I can email you the Tiger version of 2.6. Please let me know where to send it to you by emailing me at shopton@gmail.com.
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+9
allanliu commented on 02 Mar 2009
I don't have a server to host my homepage now. Please let me know if anyone can help me. Thanks. - from the author
[Version 2.6]

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MacUpdate-Lon commented on 02 Mar 2009
We'll host your download for free since it is freeware.

Go here:

http://www.macupdate.com/submission/search_listings.php
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Mac-Mail commented on 26 Jan 2008
It works way better than 'Preview'.
[Version 2.6]


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+5

mike666 reviewed on 15 May 2006
Me like old icons better. Simple. Distinctive. Like the application itself. Otherwise, this is still the best image viewer for my money :D.
[Version 2.1.1]


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+5
Guntis Bukalders had trouble on 23 Nov 2005
Actually Previous/Next image navigation isn't Command+,/., but Command+left arrow/right arrow.
[Version 2.0a]


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Downloads:29,895
Version Downloads:7,785
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:22 Jan 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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