The image viewer is where the captured images are displayed.
The parts of the image viewer are:
- Histogram mode button – pressing this button will switch between the histogram modes: no histogram, separate histogram, combined histogram.
- Close button – pressing this button will close the image viewer.
Windows/Linux – pressing the ‘ESC’ (escape) keyboard key will also close the image viewer
Android – pressing the ‘back’ button will also close the image viewer
- Displayed image – the currently displayed image
Single press – will show/hide the histogram button (1) and the quick gallery (5)
Press and hold – the user can scroll around the image
Pinch zoom or mouse scroll wheel – the user can zoom in/out the image
- Image histogram – the image histogram is displayed here
- Quick gallery – this is a quick gallery. By pressing on the image thumb the application will load and display the image.
The currently displayed image is marked with a red rectangle
Depending on from where the image viewer was called the quick gallery will display the image thumbs for local images, camera SD card images or for the capture history images.