Shareware developer Andrew Cunningham has updated Prowler — his image browser/slideshow tool — to version 2.2.1. It’s available in an early alpha Carbonized version (for the brave soul) that can run natively under Mac OS X.
The new version adds labels to some of the Go menu items, and adds the ability to set how images are automatically scaled in full screen mode. Cunningham has also moved the Preferences menu item from the Edit menu to the Application menu under Mac OS X, as well as a “Windows” menu under Mac OS X.
Prowler is a US$15 image browsing and management tool that includes a full screen browser, slideshow (cross fades and a “scribble” function), and image organizational tools (image rotation, copying, renaming). It supports all file image formats supported by the currently installed version of QuickTime, including PICT, JPEG and GIF.
You can download Prowler 2.2.1 (a 1.4 M file) from
Cunningham’s Web site. System requirements are a Power Mac running Mac OS 8.5 or higher.