Nothing but a black screen
POctureViewer is based on two ideas.
The first is that is an image viewer, and nothing but the image is to be seen on the screen.
That is why you will see nothing but a black screen. To control POctureViewer you will have to use the keyboard,
but believe me it’s easy.
The second is that it’s more like an image folder viewer.
The basic is not an image file, but an image folder.
It gives you the possibilities to traverse thru folders in the same parent folder.
Let’s say that you have a Photo folder, and inside that you have 4 folders, like the picture above.
In POctureViewer you can open the first folder “2010-03-12” and view the images inside.
If you want to move on to the next folder “2010-03-29”,
you can simply press PageDown og press the right key.
If you reach the last folder, and keep on pressing PageDown,
POctureViewer will start from the beginning of the folders.
POctureViewer has 10 slots, where you can store favorite folders. By pressing F you can define these slots in the Favorites window.
You can use these favorites by pressing 0 to 9, and by doing that you move to the favorite folder.
You can quickly make a new favorite by pressing Ctrl+Slot number. POctureViewer will put the actual folder in the slot number.
Slot 0 works in a little different way than the others, because it will always contain the last folder you have visited,
so when you start POctureViewer again, just press 0, and you will be where you left the last time.
To rotate an image, you can use the three keys E R and T. Press E and the image will rotate 90 degrees left.
The E key is left of R (Rotate). If you move to the next image, that will have the same rotation, until you press R,
which will bring you back to normal. Press T for right rotation.
You can use POctureViewer to see your images as a slideshow. Press S to start and press S again to stop.
When the slideshow is running, you can increase the interval by pressing U (up).
It will increase the interval by 1 second for each time you press the key.
D will decrease the interval by one second until it reaches 1 second.