Isolate works off of your local file system: you get started by dragging and dropping a folder onto the application window. After that, you can navigate to subfolders, search for filenames and open images in full res. Not having to go over the internet keeps things much faster than other tools like Pinterest.
Great things about Isolate
- No BS: Isolate isn't a social tool, there's no sharing, notifications, discovery. It just does its job and stays out of your way.
- Quick: Both in workflow and snappiness, Isolate is meant for the power users
- Manage your images how you like: Isolate just reflects your directory structure, you get to organize things how you see fit (even with nested folders)
See releases for prebuilt applications, or
npm install && npm start after cloning
Isolate works off of a base folder, when you first start drag and drop a folder to browse it. You can always drag and drop another folder if you ever want to browse another folder.
When hovering over the bottom toolbar, a drawer appears, containing subdirectories you can navigate too.
nopens this drawer
Enternavigates to the first item in the list
- Typing filters the directories
Clicking on any image will open it, fitting to the window.
zzooms in and out, between fitted and the image's original size
ESCcloses the window
Rightarrow keys navigate between images
Right clicking on the image shows you
CmdOrCtrl + Shift + Ccopies the image to your clipboard
CmdOrCtrl + Shift + Oopens the image in your native file manager
Additionally in the toolbar lets you zoom the image grid, search across directories and more options under the popup menu.
CmdOrCtrl +zooms in
CmdOrCtrl -zooms out
CmdOrCtrl ntoggles night/day mode
- Shuffle toggles the order of your images. When changing folders, they are sorted by filename, but shuffle will randomly sort them.
- Hovering over
Moreshows you more options
Move in the popup menu under
More lets you select images and move them to other folders. A gold tint shows the selected images.
- Select/Unselect images by clicking them
mopens the directory drawer to move images
ESCexits back to normal mode
A search bar in the top right will search for any files with the term in their path. For example
2d would match anything in my