View high-definition images by hovering mouse on thumbnails, for all your beloved websites and you.
"PhotoShow" is a tool for browsing high-definition images by hovering mouse on image thumbnails, supporting over 80 websites of your daily use (still in extending), such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Wiki, YouTube, etc.
Esc : Close image viewer
Shift + Ctrl + ← : Rotate counterclockwise
Shift + Ctrl + → : Rotate clockwise
↑ / → / ↓ / ← : Scroll up / right / down / left
PgUp / PgDn : Scroll up / down by image visible height
Home / End : Scroll up to the top / down to the bottom
M / L / A / P : Switch view mode
Tab : Open high-definition image in new tab
S : Save high-definition image
C : Copy high-definition image address
WEBSITE TOGGLE: You may turn on/off PhotoShow on any supported website respectively.
ACTIVATION MODE: Use Shift/Ctrl/Alt key as a modifier key to trigger high-definition image preview when mouse hovering on image thumbnails.
VIEW MODE: Switch between different size of the viewer.
LOGO DISPLAY: Set whether to display PhotoShow logo in the viewer.
SHADOW DISPLAY: Set whether to display shadow between the viewer and the source thumbnail.
All the settings will be saved and synced automatically by the browser among all your devices (if the account sync in your browser is on and the extension data sync is granted).
● IMAGE LOADING SPEED
PhotoShow will try to fetch as large an original image as it knows, so it may be considerably slow if your network condition is poor.
PhotoShow itself does NOT collect any of your personal data and is not responsible for any loss, personal information leak, disputes and/or any consequences caused by illegal download, use of resources (including but not limited to images) of any websites you visit. Installing and using PhotoShow is deemed as your acceptance of the above terms.
PhotoShow only works in the local browser environment, all the permissions it asks when being installed are only for image preview and download. For version 3.0 and later, the 'Read and change all your data on the websites you visit' permission is asked so that you will no longer be disturbed by permission alert when PhotoShow updates to support more websites.
Should you have any feedback or need more websites to be fitted, please do not hesitate to contact the author via emails or Github. If you enjoy using PhotoShow, it would be appreciated if you could introduce it to your friends via the social media listed on the popup window. Thank you.