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GL Image Editor for Mac OS X

updated 01:30 pm EST, Tue January 31, 2006

GL Image Editor released GL Image Browser for Mac OS X. The application features fast image browsing through thousands of pictures on the user's drive. GL Image Browser gives the user different ways to look at their pictures-- either scrolling with the mousewheel or the Scrollbar through the thumbnails, or entering the fullview mode, where the whole screen is used to display pictures. There the user can go to the next picture by using the mousewheel or the arrow keys on the keyboard. GL Image Browser requires Mac OS X Panther or Tiger and is available as a free download.

by MacNN Staff



  1. bigmig

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Not OpenGL!

    Haha, I thought from the name that it used Open GL for hardware acceleration when displaying the images or something. But now I realized that "GL" stands for GeekLogic. Well, seems to work okay nevertheless, but I'm not sure I really prefer it over just using the Finder's Slideshow view.

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