back out again. The position under the mouse cursor is centered. If you do not want to
move the mouse cursor over the image, you can position the mouse in the center of the
lower edge of the screen to zoom into the center of the image. During the slide show, the
Mac OS energy saving option and screensaver are disabled.
In the file selection dialog, you can specify whether the pictures should be displayed in
the normal order or in a random order. If, during a slide show in random order, you see a
picture that is part of a series of similar pictures, which you want to show together, you
can switch to the normal sort method with the Page Up / Down or arrow up / down keys
and show the subsequent or preceding pictures.
The name of the graphic is shown in the top left of the screen during the slide show. To
display the filename, make the appropriate setting under Preferences.
You can hide the icons on the top edge with Automatically hide and show in the
preferences. They are hidden again if you touch the edge of the screen in the middle with
the mouse cursor.
With the first icon, you open a file list that lists the file names of the pictures around the
picture currently displayed. You can scroll through the list and click the picture you want
to continue the slide show with.
The Trash moves the current graphic file to the Mac OS trash. This is why the slide show
is useful for cleaning up large numbers of graphics that you need to see in full screen
mode before you can sort them out.
The icon to the right of the trash creates an alias from the current graphic file in the
folder selected with Alias folder under Edit (Mac OS X: GraphicConverter) /
Preferences / Slide Show / General. This makes it easy to collect your favorites to use at
a later time without actually moving the files. GraphicConverter also displays a slide show
if a folder with alias files is selected.
Change Filename or the E key without additonal key opens a dialog where you can
change the filename.
Use Rotate Left and Rotate Right to rotate pictures. If the pixel width is divisible by 16,
it is automatically rotated without losses.