So, what does this image viewer I've been working on actually do? It let's you view multiple images in one window. You're able to drag them around just like photographs on a desk. Images resize proportionally by dragging on the white frame. You can save collections of images and reopen them instantly with a click or two. You can open multiple windows and drag them between monitors. The positions are saved. A tool bar appears at the top when you tap the top edge with your mouse, this also lets you drag the window to another screen. Multiple images can be dropped onto the window and it will open them. Images can also be dragged from a browser right into the window, and it will open them. Each image has a little popup toolbar at the top that will let you close the image, open another, magnify it, or change the resize mode.
There will be two resize modes: Proportional mode : it's the default when you fist open an image. This means that no matter how you resize the image, it will never have any black borders around it and will always stay in the same aspect ratio as the image itself. Free mode: Just like any other image viewer in existance, you can resize the window normally and it will have black borders filling any space the image doesn't cover.
Oh, btw, when you drag the window over to another screen, all the images contained within it are resized and moved proportionally to match the space they had previously. ^.^ I'm mondo happy with this one.
It's coming together pretty well ^.^ I just wanted to share what I have so far!