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Old Jan 3, 2012, 02:52 AM   #1
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view actual size in Preview

I usually open a groups of images and it would be better to watch them all in actual size (for me). But after going through all preferences of Preview, I could find "open file in actual size" just like the tutorial after google! Is there any wrong with my Preview version or I miss some points?

Moreover, I prefer some software that could view next image without open a groups of file (just like ACDSee), can you suggest me some apps? Actually, I did some searching, and there're some recommendation of Pixelmator but it's not the right answer for me.

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Old Jan 3, 2012, 02:59 AM   #2
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I usually open a groups of images and it would be better to watch them all in actual size (for me). But after going through all preferences of Preview, I could find "open file in actual size" just like the tutorial after google! Is there any wrong with my Preview version or I miss some points?
What version of Preview do you have?
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Moreover, I prefer some software that could view next image without open a groups of file
Quick Look or use cover flow view.
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What version of Preview do you have?
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I'm using 5.5.1
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Please help, I have Version 6.0.1 and do not get that in my dialogue box for "Images" , I get:-
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