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Hello,

is there any conveniet image viewer for OSX? Like for windows there is IrfanView. Priorities are:
- large support of file formats
- no drawer function, like in Preview. It's more convevient when you open one pic and press right or left arrow button and program automatically reads pirctures from the folder.
- rotation, resize, crop possibilities.
- iPhoto - no.

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Not sure, you just shot down the two that I would have recommended. You could try Adobe Bridge that's part of Photoshop but I don't know of any cheap alternatives.

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Phoenix Slides
JpegDeux

Many others, do a slideshow search at macupdate or versiontracker.

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Graphic Converter is nice. It has tools, but you can turn them off and never know they are there.


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Thank you all. I was using Jview, but currently switched to Phoenix Slides.
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