Flip Through Images is a Macintosh application for quickly displaying multiple image files.
Drag files or folders onto the Flip Through Images window or icon.
Image files will be gathered into a list; other files will be ignored.
Use the left and right arrow keys to step through the list.
Use the delete key to remove an image file from the list. (The file will not be deleted.)
Version 1.1 and earlier will run on Mac OS 9.x (provided that version 1.4 or later of the CarbonLib extension is installed). Version 1.2 and later require Mac OS X.
Version 1.1 adds a slider bar for random access (use the return key to toggle it), rotation in 90 degree increments, and follows alias files.
Version 1.2 is a Universal binary, which means it will run natively on Intel-based Macs. (It will not run on Mac OS 9 -- for that, use version 1.1.)
This application is kindwordware; if you like it, please send me a kind word.
Please send me feedback on Flip Through Images. If you make it crash under Mac OS 8 or 9 and you're the kind of person who runs MacsBug on your computer, please generate a stdlog file (by typing stdlog) and send it to me. If you make it crash under Mac OS X and you have crash logging enabled, send me a crash log.
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