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10.4: Use Preview to quickly view a folder of images
Authored by: Azark on Jun 10, '05 01:54:39PM

If you want to see them all at once:

Select them all, right-click, choose "diaporama" then click the index button, you'll have an Exposé-like view.

I never use the diaporama feature except like this.

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Or "slideshow"
Authored by: Tulse on Jun 10, '05 02:27:01PM

...for those using the English version of 10.4 :-)

And yes, I would second this recommendation -- it is very easy to do, and gives you full screen previews without having to launch an app.



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Or "slideshow"
Authored by: romulis on Jun 13, '05 05:29:56AM

Actually, the "slideshow" menu does start the preview application, and switches automatically to the full-screen slideshow view.

Move the mouse to see the actions.

For the mouse haters among us, you can also hit 'i' to get the exposé-like view of all of the images - I love it - now if only iPhoto would do something like this for the holiday snaps. (Don't you hate it when someone asks to go back to that pic we saw a couple of minutes ago? :-)

Cheers!



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