An useful application that allows you to magnify one area of pixels and also search, resize and compare files.
i.Look magnifies the area of pixels under the mouse so you can easily see fine detail or examine things closely. But it also does a number of other useful things that I ended up tacking on to this application instead of having lots of separate downloads. With i.Look, you will be able to search files, search and replace text and view thumbnails. It also offers other tools, like resizing and comparing files. Here are some key features of \"i.Look\":
· RGB under cursor in hex and decimal.
· Current mouse position and offset from recent position.
· Centered on the current mouse position.
· Configurable zoom from 2x to 16x.
· Optional grid lines.
· Optional always on top.
· Option to update every second.
· Can search local disks and the local network with a wildcard pattern.
· Network search looks in all open windows shares.
· Double click a result to browse that location.
· Shows size of file.
· Can find printers by name on the network.
· Pretty fast.
· Match word and case options.
· Optional backup of original files.
· Can limit input files with wildcards.
· Free, unlike most of the other options.
· Can handle heaps of thumbs even on Win 95, 98 and ME where there is a distinct lack of bitmap handles to do so.
· Nice compact layout of thumbs.
· Optional quality / speed tradeoff settings.
· Supports major graphics formats.
· Can open (in default viewer) and delete images.
· Arbitary change a file\'s size tool. Useful for trucating garbage off the end of a file.
· Tempo calculation tool, just click in time and it\'ll tell you the tempo.
· Binary file compare.
· Read/Write speed tester.
· Samplitude TOC to Cdrdao TOC converter.
What\'s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added drag\'n\'drop capability to the thumb nail viewer.
· Made the thumbnail layout smarter by leaving less whitespace around.
· Fixed the rgb colour components display when in display depth other than 24.
· Added mouse cursor position to the magnify tool. It also shows you to offset to the last position that the mouse was still for more than 3 seconds. Useful for measuring stuff on screen.