Image Finder Browser for macOS - Help
General Info for Image Finder Browser
Image Finder Browser is a great way to find images on your computer. Easily set directories to focus on and quickly explore images under folders or even under sub-folders. Image Finder Browser includes a fast filter function, so you can find what you need as soon as possible.
Toggle Sidebar for Image Finder Browser
As with other standard macOS apps, Image Finder Browser uses the native built-in command to toggle the navigation sidebar. Users can either click the "Sidebar Toggle" button or drag the vertical border to the left.
Loading Images for Image Finder Browser
To load images from a directory, click on a Nav Item. This loads the main view with the images horizontally in a row along the bottom.
Image Selection for Image Finder Browser
To view an image, click one of the smaller image previews along the bottom of the main view. This loads a larger preview for the image.
Filter Images for Image Finder Browser
Image Finder Browser has a powerful filtering mechanism that quickly and reliably filter images. Filtering occurs based off from the images’ name.
Zooming & Panning for Image Finder Browser
A quite capable zoom & pan system allows users to zoom in on an image’s point of interest. Use either a mouse’s scroll wheel or a Mac’s trackpad gesture to zoom. Panning can be achieved by click+dragging on the large image preview.
Open Location for Image Finder Browser
If you need to access an image’s original source directory, right-click the small image preview and choose ‘Open Location’. This will launch Finder and automatically navigate to the image’s directory.