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Mastermacnikon had trouble on 17 Apr 2011
Ok, bought this app on the heels of two things: 1) it seemed, by the screenshot on the MacUpdate page that this app allows batch viewing of images & 2) that it will play animated GIFs.

As of this for number one, I cannot get this to work. I browse to folders that I want to view or try to select all within a folder that I want to view, where I get my error beep.

I came across this app while performing a search for "batch image browser" and it seemed like the best choice. I would have gone with Lyn, but wanted to pay a bit less.

Maybe I was mistaken in my purchase. I have searched within the developer's site to no avail.

If there is an update on this soon, I will be patient. But as it stands, I am close to asking for a refund from the Mac App store. I just want to be sure.
[Version 3.1]

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Mastermacnikon replied on 17 Apr 2011
Just tried a couple of aGIFs that I have and it works like a champ.

Yay for that!!
Mastermacnikon replied on 28 Apr 2011
Thanks for getting back.

But I am still waiting for an answer on my original question: how is it possible to view images like shown in the screenshot of this page. i.e. batch viewing of a group of images.

As I have stated, I don't want to get a refund unless I was duped somehow.
Mastermacnikon replied on 29 Apr 2011
Ok, chalk that up to me not understanding that command, but it is a bit disappointing that I have to use a counter-intutive method to accomplish my goal.

Having to view an image and *then* select a command to have the app go through the enclosing folder for batch viewing is like the phrase: "one step forward, two steps back."

This command would be better served implemented next to the Open... command to allow better accessibility; for what it accomplishes.

I will not ask for a refund because I can accomplish what I need to and the app functions as stated. Just not in the most intuitive manner possible.
Mastermacnikon replied on 05 May 2011
Hmmm. Should be interesting to see how this works out.

Thanks for making the product. I don't foresee needing to ask for a refund.
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