Picassa used to have that cool feature, but it's gone.
I simply want to browse my pictures with lightbox effect, using mousewheel to zoom in/out and arrows to switch between photos.
Is it something out there ?
ImageGlass has this feature.
Steps to reproduce this effect:
Also ImageGlass is totally free for any purpose use. Its source code was released under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3.0
ImageGlass has a lot of features some of them are:
Supports over 70+ common image formats, including PNG, GIF, SVG*, WEBP*, HEIC, RAW,... Losslessly rotate / save the viewing image. Ability of opening image from clipboard directly. Rapidly switch between images. Drag-n-Drop viewing image supported. Real-time update the viewing image. Works great with GIF format: extract image frames, play/pause animation. 5 zoom modes: Auto Zoom, Scale to Width, Scale to Height, Zoom to Fit, Lock Zoom Ratio. Various image navigation options: shortcuts, mousewheel Horizontal / Vertical image scrolling. Fast thumbnail preview. Thumbnail images can be shown in the current viewing folder. Color Picker tool allows user to pick and convert color to 4 formats: RGBA, HEXA, CMYK, HSLA. Slideshow viewing functionality. Conversion can be made in up to 10 different formats. Possibility of sharing the image being viewed to Facebook. Quick shortcuts supported. Clean nice modern minimal UI; posibility of hide/show toolbar. Different theme packs available to change the look of the interface. Multilanguage support, which makes the user able to create its own packs.