If you look at a large number of images in a browser window and want to quickly make
a larger jump upwards or downwards, you can hold down the Option key and click the
scroll box to jump straight to that position.
If you drag files or folders to a browser window from the finder or from another browser
window, you can move or copy the pictures to the displayed folder or its subfolders. To
copy the files, hold down the Alt key.
The functions from the Action icon menu and from the context menu affect all selected
If you move a graphic from the browser to the desktop or another folder on the left-hand
side of the browser with the Command and Option keys, an alias is created.
If you open a picture as normal, you can open a browser window showing the content
of the folder where the open picture in stored by pressing Command-Up arrow key.
Use the browser to sort larger numbers of pictures. Select the next picture with the
cursor key and use Command-1 to Command-0 to move the pictures to the folders that
you define in the Preferences under Folders / Move Folders. In the preferences, you can
also specify whether it is copied or moved or whether an alias is created. Move files,
press option key to copy them allows you to move and copy without having to change
the settings if you hold down the Option key and copy. Using the key combinations with
the Control or Option key, you can select a further 20 destination folders.
If only two pictures are selected, both are displayed at the same time on the right-hand
side so that you can compare them if they are similar.
The picture details, such as the label and the format, are displayed under the picture on
the right-hand side. On the EXIF, EXIFTool and IPTC tabs, you can select and copy the
displayed text allowing you, for example, to paste it into a word-processing or
Double-click a preview image in the middle or right-hand section to open this picture
in GraphicConverter. If several pictures are selected, all of them are opened.
Folders that are in the selected folder are displayed as folders. Only after you double-
click the subfolder are the contents displayed in the Browser window. To display the
contents of a different folder in the current Browser window, single-click the
corresponding folder in the left section.
Aliases are indicated by a bent arrow in the bottom left-hand corner so they do not
accidentally overwrite the original file with the alias when copied.
You can copy selected files in the browser with Command-C and paste them into
another folder with Command-V. Files copied in the Finder cannot be pasted. For security
reasons, it is not possible to copy files with Command-X and delete them at the same