Gallery View In macOS Mojave

The new Gallery View replaces Cover Flow View in macOS Mojave. It is useful for flipping though a folder full of images, PDFs or other document types when you need to find one using a large preview image. There are some customization options for Gallery View.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Gallery View In macOS Mojave”

    Jim Otto
    11 months ago

    Over the years I have followed “MacMost”. One thing I like the best is it explains in great detail and never leaves the main point. Secondly, it is easy to follow.

    Thanks you,
    JO

    Rivera Carlos
    11 months ago

    Can files be sorted in say date descending while in Gallery view?

    Rivera Carlos
    11 months ago

    Ignore my prior message. Found it

    11 months ago

    Rivera: How did you change the sort order?

    Karen Brown
    10 months ago

    “Always open in Gallery View” doesn’t seem to hold on my iMac. Exiting the folder, then going back to it, I still get List view. What is your experience with it? Or is it a bug?

    10 months ago

    Karen: It depends how you are “going back to it” sometimes.

    Karen Brown
    10 months ago

    Nevermind! I know what I was doing. I was simply looking at my pictures folder rather than “opening” the folder that I specified to open in Gallery View. Sorry!

    Massimo
    9 months ago

    This new gallery view in Mojave doesn’t allow anymore a fast search of a photo, as we could have in Sierra.
    There are tons of ways to have a preview of a photo. The good thing in Sierra was that it offered a fast preview, by an intermediate icon. Now we have a very slow preview by a big images which at the end is useless to search for a photo.

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