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LilyView is a lightweight, Mutli-Touch friendly image viewer that’s handy and doesn’t get in your way.
• Lightweight. There’s no image library to load, you just browse images in a folder.
• Chromeless. No controls are visible until they are really necessary.
• Multi-Touch friendly. You can literally touch the image when using a trackpad, but LilyView works just fine with keyboard and mouse.
And it's only the beginning…
What's New in Version 1.1.2
- Added support of OS X El Capitan and fixed related bugs.
Fast, solid, perfect for my needs
I hate the Preview OS X app because it’s slow and always opens on my primary monitor, even though a different monitor has focus.
I wanted something that opened images fast — like Picasa Image Viewer on Windows. I wanted something that was easy to zoom-in, zoom-out and could quickly open an image after I double-click the thumbnail in Adobe Bridge. And I wanted something that would open the image on whichever of my monitors had focus. You’d be surprised at how difficult it is find something that satisfies those minimal requirements.
For my needs, LilyView is perfect.
Buyer Be Aware; This APP's UI is Arrogant & Nonintuitive!
On an it's initial opening, the app will ask to be made your default viewer. If you decline, you will be left with a useless blank window! (Where the only available GUI controls, are OS's Close and Minimize buttons!) The app will not ask the viewer question again! (Even if you quit and reopen the app!) At this point the only functioning control,(within the app!) is the Menu Bar > File > Open button. After declining the default viewer option, and on subsequent openings; the APP's window should, at the very least, contain an "Open" button, or better yet just present the user with the Folder/File Selection Window obtained by clicking Menu Bar > File > Open! As is this is the behavior of most file handling apps, Running on MACs.
The Best Image Viewer
view>automatic zoom>fit to screen - is does not increase the size of image to fit the screen it just decrees the size of image to fit the screen and on network drive it always ask permission for different folders, I already gave premission for the root folder. Other wise it is the best thanks.