Developer: Mineko IMANISHI
Current Version: 1.3.0
Last Updated: 8 months ago
Download Size: 8.9 MB - Download
Gapplin is a SVG image viewer/converter.
This application has especially features for designers, who treat SVG images in their works. It's the perfect way to use Gapplin as a live-previewer for SVG images besides editing them in your text editor. You can also process multiple SVG files using AppleScript or bundled Automator actions. In any case, you can of course use this as just a simple viewer.
■ Key Features
- SVGZ preview
- animation SVG preview
- export to PNG/TIFF/PDF with alpha channel
- WebKit rendering engine
- background color switch
- Quick Look support for SVG/SVGZ files
- AppleScript/Automator support
- open displayed SVG files in your favorite editor
- Change the minimum system version requirement to OS X 10.10.
- Add an option and a toolbar button to show outline of canvas.
- Support touch bar.
- Apply background color setting change immediately to opened windows.
- Remove meanless "New Tab" button in tab bar.
Most Helpful Reviews
Works great for converting SVG to PNG - Gapplin converts SVG to PNG files quickly and easily, even with huge scaling factors.
Great in Theory, but cannot export without crashing - Running latest version of Gapplin on OSX 10.9.5 on a MacPro 2 x 3 GHz Quad Core Intel Xeons with 12 GB Ram. SVG and SVGZ files open just fine. However, I am not able to extract either file type. Crashes everytime I try to export.
More Reviews for Current Version
dies upon export - Got this for one purpose: convert svg’s into something else. The export command claims to work (the dialog box goes away), but when you switch to finder to see if the new file is actually there, this app hangs and you have to force quit it. Disappointed - I could have really used this simple functionality.
Great little app - Works great as a previewer! I use it to automatically display my result, as I edit my svg files manually in my faviorite text editor. As soon as I save my file, Gapplin will update the preview. Export also works great for me, although I don’t use it much as I prefer my files in the original svg format.
worked like a charm - I’d been running into issues viewing and exporting a particular SVG with ToyViewer (and with Illustrator), but Gapplin nailed it.