Categorizing with XnViewMP then viewing with macOS Preview

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Categorizing with XnViewMP then viewing with macOS Preview

Post by strawbale » Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:03 am

Hello, a first-time user here...
I'm wondering whether it's possible to do my 'keywording' (using 'Categories') and subsequent searching by Categories with XnViewMP, then do the actual viewing of the search results with my default image viewer (macOS Preview), which hasn't got a keywording feature but does allow for, for instance, full-screen slide shows (of search results) and supports 10-bit colour. Or has XnViewMP a similar feature? (showing search results as full screen slide show)?
Thanks a lot for any advice!

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Re: Categorizing with XnViewMP then viewing with macOS Preview

Post by michel038 » Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:23 am

I'm using Windows :

Select the first image found, and click "View, Fulscreen" or F11. You get : next, prev, play/pause buttons at the bttom of the screen
When you move the mouse close to the top, a thumbnails ribbon (?) appears. Likewise an info panel on the right.
Use "I" to show/hide infos
Esc to close

All these features have settings ...
I don't know anything about 10-bit colour

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Re: Categorizing with XnViewMP then viewing with macOS Preview

Post by strawbale » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:13 pm

michel038 wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:23 am
I'm using Windows :

Select the first image found, and click "View, Fulscreen" or F11. You get : next, prev, play/pause buttons at the bttom of the screen
When you move the mouse close to the top, a thumbnails ribbon (?) appears. Likewise an info panel on the right.
Use "I" to show/hide infos
Esc to close

All these features have settings ...
I don't know anything about 10-bit colour
Thanks a lot!

PS: Thanks a lot for all the hard work and for Roger Carter's Guide, which I'm going to read now...
Peter

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