It displays an intuitive Picture Browser which allows you to drag the pictures from the browser as if you were dragging the file itself. Simply hold down the option key and drag the picture to where you want it to be. Each preview carries the name of the file it was taken from.
New in version 1.8:
- Fixed the 'Get Picture Info' NilObject bug.
- Added the ability to open additional iSee windows and locking them (so they're not updated).
- Removed the 'No Preview Available' display. Files with no preview available are now ignored.
- Fixed the scrollbar bug.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.Note
MacOS 8.1 or later recommended; 32MB of RAM or more recommended; QuickTime2.5 or later (3 recommended for optimal compatibility).
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