Features

ZOOM

Zoom Pan Cursors for Orbit Zoom Image Viewer

  1. With the READY cursor, click (down and up) on your target to go to ZOOM mode
  2. Move your mouse away from where you clicked to zoom in
  3. Move your mouse towards where you clicked to zoom out
  4. Click (up and down) again to exit the zoom mode
  5. You can click again to zoom again until you reach the desired target
  6. You can zoom until the zoom reaches the maximum zoom amount
  7. Double click at any time to zoom all the way out

PAN

Zoom Pan Cursors for Orbit Zoom Image Viewer

  1. With the READY cursor, click down and drag to PAN the picture
  2. Click up to leave the pan mode.
  3. You may not be able to pan in directions that would hide the picture

MISCELLANEOUS

OrbitZoom Background Color Interface Example

  • Click the background (if visible) to change its color
  • Use CTRL F or F11 to go to full screen
  • Use ESC or CTRL F or F11 to exit full screen
  • Use the arrow keys to go from one picture to the next
  • Or use the arrows that are revealed at the sides OrbitZoom
  • See the file name with the N key or the ? key
  • Fit to window with double click or the F key
  • See the picture at actual size using the A key
  • Hide or show the cursor using the H key
  • Make the cursor bigger (then smaller) using the C key

SLIDE SHOW The OrbitZoom Slide Show plays back:

  • pictures in a directory (Desktop version), or
  • pictures that are dropped on it (Desktop version)
  • pictures in a comma delimited string after url= (Website version)

The show is started or stopped by hitting the spacebar or the s key. You can press the numbers to change the speed:

  • Pressing 1 is a one second delay
  • Pressing 9 is a nine second delay
  • Pressing 0 is a ten second delay
  • Holding shift adds 10 to the numbers
  • Holding ctrl adds 20 to the numbers
  • Holding alt adds 30 to the numbers
  • Holding shift and alt adds 40 to the numbers
  • Holding ctrl and alt ads 50 to the numbers
  • Holding ctrl, shift and alt adds 60 to the numbers
  • Pressing – makes the show go in reverse
  • Pressing + makes the show go forward

This way, you have specific speed control over your presentation which can be important for presentations like Pecha Kucha where slides are shown for 20 seconds.

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Responses

  1. I’m enjoying it. I like the button free environment.
    I can’t seem to full screen to my 2nd (non-default monitor). Air seems to let this run with a reasonable footprint – tho not outstanding

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  3. Awesome…its fast. It is now my new default viewer. The only thing I wish it would be able to do is play gif animations. Other than that its great.


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