GIFlist is used to find an image file visually rather than by file name. GIFlist sorts and displays all of the GIF, JPG, and PNG images in a single browser screen. GIFlist builds and saves an HTML file to document and display the image files.
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Description: GIFlist is used to find an image file visually rather than by file name. It can be tedious to find and compare image files with a graphic program since they only display one image at a time. GIFlist sorts and displays all of the GIF, JPG, and PNG images in a single browser screen. GIFlist builds and saves an HTML file to document the image files and then launches the default browser to display the images. GIFlist also works on CDROMs and network directories.
- Rapid search and identification of image files
- Organize and document all the GIF, JPG, and PNG files in a directory
- Display image files with the user browser
- GIFlist is an essential utility for web page development
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