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Something Like ACDSee?


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Hello everybody im a new to mac world, i switched like 3 days ago.I bought a nacbook pro with 2.2ghz.I already love it...it just needs some time to learn some things.
Those days im searching for similar apps whith the apps i was using at my windows pc.Well i almost found everything but i cant find one.
ACDSee is a must app for me and i cant find something similar to it.I found Xee a freeware prog that is nice to watch ur picts but it doesnt support psd files.
U guys know an app that supports a lot of image files like psd,tiff,eps and all that?
Thx in advance and sorry for my bad english
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I think Apple's Preview handles PSDs.

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ok i found a program that rocks and its free
just looking its the app's name and can handle a lot of image files...
preview sux cuz u cant even press to see the next image...
thx for the answer mate anywayz
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ok i found a program that rocks and its free
just looking its the app's name and can handle a lot of image files...
preview sux cuz u cant even press to see the next image...
thx for the answer mate anywayz
what's the name of the program??
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what's the name of the program??
Took me a few minutes to figure it out too

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The program is called "Just Looking"

http://chipmunkninja.com/article/justlooking2

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Took me a few minutes to figure it out too



The program is called "Just Looking"

http://chipmunkninja.com/article/justlooking2
aaah, I see now thanks!
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thats the best i found so far ^^
hope that help ya
well now im looking for a good prog like winrar...u guys got something to suggest?
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Well there is a program called macrar...
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a friend told me about unarchiver and seems to be a nice app..i think ill stick with this
i heard alot bad comments about macrar, thats why i didnt download it =/
thx for the reply tho.
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Speaking of The Unarchiver....

The maker of The Unarchiver also made a very good image viewer called Xee:

http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/apps/xee.html

-allows you to browse pictures in the same folder
-rotate, crop, save as other formats
-supports tons of formats
-very customizable keyboard shortcuts

If you like JustLooking, you should take a look at Xee.
It's fairly similar to JustLooking in nature but has a bit more features and is much more customizable.
(which is natural since, from what I can tell, JustLooking is a relatively new app, while Xee has been out for a while)

But JustLooking looks pretty good too; I'll be keeping my eye on it to see how it'll turn out in future versions.

Good find. ;p

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I hate to say this, but it looks to me like Xee and JustLooking both sort of suck.

I do recommend MacRAR though.


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