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Description: Datatype picture viewer for directory tools
Download: picshow.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 459kb
Version: 31.406
Date: 18 Apr 07
Author: Thomas Rapp
Submitter: Thomas Rapp
Email: thomas-rapp/web de
Category: graphics/viewer
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 201
Comments: 0
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Videos: 0
Downloads: 348  (Current version)
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This is my first shot of an AROS version of PicShow. It is just a recompile of
the Amiga version and has not been tested very much, so it might still have some
AROS-related bugs in addition to those it already had.

One thing I've found is that scaling does not work without interpolation. So
enable interpolation from the options menu and then save the defaults to make it
always work. AROS is quick enough for interpolation anyway.

From the original readme:

This program is meant to be configured as picture viewer in directory tools
like DirOpus or DosControl. It shows the doubleclicked picture in a
borderless window on the specified custom screen. The remarkable about this
program is that it reads the whole directory the picture is in and you can
then choose other pictures out of this directory from a menu or by pressing
the cursor keys.

PicShow can also be used as a simple slide show program. It can display
pictures either in sort order or randomly. When run on its own screen there
are also some nice blend effects.

Additionally PicShow has several effective picture manupulation functions.

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