Change history for ArtSage


2017-01-28 07:14:20
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: ArtSage is an a lightweight image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. The program includes a slideshow, layout, collage, favorites, and transitions. It packs can lots rotate of the options view, find and file features names in a tiny executable series, including slideshow rename, layout, collage, transitions and etc. It more. Format support supports includes BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It The is program excellent can in even creating create an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to for be display displayed on the from storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode.


2017-01-25 10:13:32
Updated by billon

  • What's new: [list] [*]Command line option -[ [font=monospace] ]-fullscreen[/font] correctly overrides ini file. [*]Static build includes MingW standard C and C++ libraries. [/list]


2017-01-25 03:16:30
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.00.0000 0001
  • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode.
  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage.exe[/i] [*]If you get an error, extract the contents of the [url=http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/mingw-libraries.zip]artsage mingw libraries[/url] ZIP file to the application folder [*]Select a folder and press the [i]Escape[/i] key to close program [*]Do one of the following: [list] [*]Open [i]artsage.ini[/i] and edit the [i][portable][/i] section, setting [i]"savefolder=FALSE"[/i] [/list] or [list] [*]Right-click on the interface and select "[i]Settings -> Save Folder[/i]" [/list][/list]
  • Size (in bytes): 340094 1138165
  • Dependencies: [i]libgcc_s_dw2-1.dll, libstdc++-6.dll[/i] (download from link in extract instructions or from [url=http://mingw.org/]mingw.org[/url])
  • Release date: 2016 2017-09 01-30 24
  • What's new: [list] [*]Discontinued Command 64-bit line version. [*]Removed: [list] [*]Transparency option -[font=monospace]fullscreen[/font] correctly function (which overrides now ini causes file. [*]Static a build crash); [*]Support includes for MingW blackbox standard shell; [*]Wallpaper C layer; [*]Language translation support (lang.ini and files). [/list] [/ C++ libraries. [/list]


2016-11-20 02:09:45
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage.exe[/i] [*]If you get an error, extract the contents of the [url=http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/mingw-libraries.zip]artsage mingw libraries[/url] ZIP file to the application folder [*]Select a folder and press the [i]Escape[/i] key to close program [*]Do one of the following: [list] [*]Open [i]artsage.ini[/i] and edit the [i][portable][/i] section, setting [i]"savefolder=FALSE"[/i] [/list] or [list] [*]Use Right-click menu on option the interface and select "[i]Settings-> -> Save Folder[/i]" [/list][/list]


2016-11-20 02:08:17
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage.exe[/i] [*]If you get an error, extract the contents of the [url=http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/mingw-libraries.zip]artsage mingw libraries[/url] ZIP file to the application folder [*]Select a folder and press the [i]Escape[/i] key to close program [*]Do one of the following: [list] [*]Open [i]artsage.ini[/i] and edit the [i][portable][/i] section, setting [i]"savefolder=FALSE"[/i] [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option "[i]Settings->Save Folder[/i]" [/list][/list]


2016-11-20 02:06:51
Updated by webfork

  • Screenshot: Updated


2016-11-20 02:01:03
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage.exe[/i] [*]If you get an error, extract the contents of the [url=http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/mingw-libraries.zip]artsage mingw libraries[/url] ZIP file to the application folder [*]Select a folder and press the [i]Escape[/i] key to close program [*]Do one of the following: [/list] [ : [list] [*]Edit the Open [i]artsage.ini[/i] and edit the [i][portable][/i] section and set " , setting [i]"savefolder=FALSE" [/ "[/i] [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option " "[i]Settings->Save Folder" menu option[/i]" [/list][/list]
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Dependencies: [i]libgcc_s_dw2-1.dll, libstdc++-6.dll [/i] (download from link in extract instructions or from [url=http://mingw.org/]mingw.org[/url])
  • Keywords: art%20sage
  • Similar/alternative apps: [url=https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=1749]JPEGView[/url]


2016-11-10 01:52:27
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1 v2.00.0011 0000
  • System Requirement:
  • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode.Note: Download link offline, linking to archive.org (thanks [i]midas[/i])
  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage32 artsage.exe[/i] (for 32-bit OS) or [i]artsage64.exe[/i] (for 64-bit OS) [*] ] [*]Select a folder and press Escape to close program [*]Do one of the following: [/list] [list] [*]Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section and set "savefolder=FALSE" [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option "Settings->Save Folder" menu option [/list]
  • Size (in bytes): 472859 340094
  • Download URL: http://web.archive.org/web/20150526025845/http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/#downloads /artsage.zip
  • Icon: Updated
  • Dependencies: [url=http://www libgcc_s_dw2-1.portablefreeware dll, libstdc++-6.com/resources.php]GDIPLUS.DLL[/url] dll
  • Release date: 0000 2016-00 09-00 30
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Discontinued tab 64-bit navigation version. [*]Removed: [list] [*]Transparency function (which now causes a crash); [*]Support for catalog blackbox in shell; [*]Wallpaper favorites. [*]Added layer; [*]Language Copy translation To support (lang.ini Archive. [/ files). [/list] [/list]


2016-01-31 00:51:25
Updated by webfork

  • System Requirement:
  • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. Note: Download link offline, linking to archive.org (thanks [i]midas[/i])
  • Download URL: http://web.archive.org/web/20150526025845/http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/artsage32.zip /#downloads
  • Forum topic ID: 0 4447


2014-10-23 15:49:48
Updated by Checker

  • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. A 64-bit version is available (within the folder). .
  • Size (in bytes): 929563 472859


2014-10-23 15:47:37
Updated by Checker

  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed tab navigation for catalog in favorites [*] . [*]Added Copy To Archive. [/list]


2014-10-23 15:47:21
Updated by Checker

  • Download URL: http://www.xworks.ca/artsage/artsage artsage32.zip
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed tab navigation for catalog in favorites; added [*]Added Copy To Archive. [/list]


2014-08-04 01:57:38
Updated by Checker

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]artsage32.exe[/i] (for 32-bit OS) or [i]artsage64.exe[/i] (for 64-bit OS) [*]Select a folder and press Escape to close program. [*] [*]Do one of the following: [/list] [list] [*]Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section and set "savefolder=FALSE" [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option "Settings->Save Folder" menu option [/list]


2014-08-04 01:57:03
Updated by Checker

  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed tab navigation for catalog in favorites; added Copy To Archive [/ . [/list]


2014-08-04 01:56:30
Updated by Checker

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. [*] [*]Launch [i]artsage32.exe[/i] ] (for 32-bit OS) or [i]artsage64.exe[/i] ] (for 64-bit systems. [*] OS) [*]Select a folder and press Escape to close program. [*] . [*]Do one of the following: [/list] [list] [*]Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section and set "savefolder=FALSE" [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option "Settings->Save Folder" menu option. [/ [/list]


2013-05-31 11:47:11
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.00.0010 0011
  • Size (in bytes): 928010 929563
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed tab navigation for catalog in favorites; added Copy To Archive [/list]


2012-12-04 17:31:06
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.00.0009 0010
  • System Requirement:
  • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. A 64-bit version is available (within the folder).
  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. . [*]Launch [i]artsage32.exe [/i] or [i]artsage64.exe [/i] for 64-bit systems. . [*]Select a folder and press Escape to close program. . [*]Do one of the following: : [/list] [list] [*]Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section and set "savefolder=FALSE" " [/list] or [list] [*]Use menu option "Settings-> ->Save Folder" menu option. . [/list]
  • Size (in bytes): 789770 928010
  • Dependencies: [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/resources.php]GDIPLUS.DLL [/url]


2012-05-21 16:27:28
Updated by Checker


    2012-05-21 16:06:28
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v1.00.0008 0009
    • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. A 64-bit version is available (within the folder).
    • Size (in bytes): 373332 789770


    2012-04-16 12:25:08
    Updated by Andrew Lee


      2011-10-02 20:05:28
      Updated by Checker

      • Version: v1.00.0007 0008
      • Size (in bytes): 346624 373332


      2011-06-13 10:23:06
      Updated by Checker

      • Version: v1.00.0006 0007
      • Size (in bytes): 376600 346624


      2011-05-01 10:35:50
      Updated by I am Baas

      • Version: V1 v1.00.05 0006
      • Size (in bytes): 363031 376600


      2011-02-03 11:32:12
      Updated by webfork

      • Version: V1.00.04 05
      • Size (in bytes): 361425 363031


      2010-09-23 08:03:21
      Updated by dmg

      • Version: V1.00.02 04
      • Size (in bytes): 361793 361425


      2010-08-10 02:43:54
      Updated by I am Baas

      • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. . Launch artsage32.exe or artsage64.exe for 64-bit systems. . Select a folder and press Escape to close program. . Do one of the following: Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section. Set and set "savefolder=FALSE" ( " or use Use the menu option "Settings->Save Folder" menu option.


      2010-08-10 02:36:43
      Updated by dmg

      • Version: V1.00.01 02
      • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. .


      2010-08-09 16:15:32
      Updated by webfork

      • Categories: [Productivity - Desktop Accessories] [System - Display]
      • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. .


      2010-08-08 09:25:38
      Updated by ashghost

      • Categories: [Productivity - Desktop Accessories] [System - Display]
      • Version: Vv1 V1.00.01


      2010-08-08 06:47:43
      Updated by I am Baas

      • Version: V1 Vv1.00.01


      2010-08-02 03:56:36
      Updated by webfork

      • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. .
      • Screenshot: Updated


      2010-08-01 17:42:32
      Updated by I am Baas

      • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. .


      2010-08-01 12:23:29
      Updated by I am Baas

      • Synopsis: ArtSage (formerly ArtSee) is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode.


      2010-08-01 06:36:11
      Updated by Checker

      • Synopsis: ArtSage is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. ArtSage can also be run as a screensaver.
      • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch artsage32.exe / or artsage64.exe for 64-bit systems. Select a folder and press Escape to close program. Edit the artsage.ini [portable] section. Set "savefolder=FALSE" (or use the "Settings->Save Folder" menu option.


      2010-08-01 03:15:51
      Updated by admin

      • Synopsis: ArtSage is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. ArtSage can also be run as a screensaver. .


      2010-08-01 03:06:53
      Updated by admin

      • Synopsis: ArtSage is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. ArtSee ArtSage can also be run as a screensaver.


      2010-08-01 02:23:10
      Updated by admin

      • Software title: ArtSee ArtSage
      • Website URL: http://www.xworks.ca/artsee artsage/index.html
      • Version: V1.98 00
      • License: Freeware Free for personal use
      • System Requirement: Win7
      • Synopsis: ArtSee ArtSage is an image viewer that displays the image files in a folder tree. It packs lots of options and features in a tiny executable, including slideshow, layout, collage, transitions etc. It supports BMP, EMF, GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG and TIF files. It is excellent in creating an automated slideshow, where the EXE is placed together with all the images to be displayed on the storage media (CD, USB memory stick etc.). Launching the EXE will immediately display the images in slideshow mode. ArtSee can also be run as a screensaver.
      • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch artsee artsage32.exe / artsage64.exe.
      • Size (in bytes): 211003 361793
      • Download URL: http://www.xworks.ca/artsee artsage/artsee artsage.zip
      • Screenshot: Updated


      2009-11-13 16:22:15
      Updated by admin

      • Categories: [Graphics - Viewers]
      • Version: V1.97c 98
      • System Requirement: Win98 WinME
      • Suggested by: I am Baas


      2009-03-22 17:54:28
      Added by admin