Monday, July 23, 2018

#1 2015-12-21 05:35:00 am

From:: South Tirol
Registered: 2008-07-04
Posts: 557

View your Image Gallery on HD

As creative, ive to inspect a ton of images, all the time. Instead to launch some fancy application to display Big Thumbnails, i coded a little script who does that job for me in our Finder with the push of a button.
Ways to run this script:
- create a service in Automator and go under System Preferences>Keyboard, assign a shortcut
- download Keyboard maestro or similar software and assign a nice shortcut


set view_switch to false

tell application "Finder"
   set win1 to Finder window 1
   tell win1
       set cuv to current view
       if cuv is not icon view then
           set current view to icon view
           set view_switch to true
       end if
       if arranged by modification date is false then arranged by modification date
   end tell
   if view_switch is true then
       tell icon view options of win1
           #248 == max icon size
           if icon size < 248 then
               set icon size to 248
               if shows item info is false then set shows item info to true #more description yes
               #set icon size to 50
           end if
           set background color to {32768, 32768, 32768} #grey{55225, 45931, 32867} #brown
       end tell
       tell win1 to set current view to column view
   end if
end tell



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